02-07-2009, 01:12 PM
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Originally Posted by sammies4787
Thanks, :). I like the plant too.
Tell me if this is wrong, but, I think the plant is helping my fishless cycle. It's adding some bacteria I think to make the process go more quickly. I don't know though, what do you guys think? Because ever since it has been growing, the cycle has seemed to increase its speed a little.
I want to get some mollies, but I've heard they multipy Alot and I dont want my fish tank to be too full.. I don't want to be throwing live fish down the toilet lol jk, I wouldn't do that, but I don't want them to be unhealthy because there are too many fish living in there. And someone said at the pet store you never can really tell if they're already pregnant or not, mollies anyway.
So, do swordtails multiply like that, are they livebearers?
If your keeping ammonia in there, it shouldn't really have an affect..but I assume it could as it is shedding it's leaves in small bits creating ammonia.
Swordtails are the same story as mollies..."can" overpopulate and are live-bearers.