Ok...I have 3 sunrise tequila delta guppies (males), 1 tiny fancy male guppy, 1 male dalmation balloon molly, and a orange balloon female molly...
I did NOT know the two mollies were of opposite sex until my best friend pointed it out (she is into livebearers, while I am into cichlids and a bit more exotic & ancient fish).
The female balloon molly is the largest fish in the tank at maybe an inch. She is very round. Anywho, I witnessed the male balloon dalmation molly mate with her (fish porn is weird, lol). But one (and always the same one) of the sunrise tequila guppies is always after the female balloon molly! He swoons around her rear, and also like to "kiss" her on the top of her head. She gets irritated and swims away, in which he follows. When she gets really frustrated at him so will zoom after him with a tiny nip...which once in a while works.
I know, I need to remove her from the tank to prevent fry.
Anyways...is it possible for the guppy and the balloon molly to mate and actually reproduce??
Also...is she in spawning mood and like giving off a scent or what?
I wish she was bigger because then I could put her in my larger tank and use the fry as food for the cichlids, but she is too small and I am afraid my largest cichlid would swallow her whole.
Thanks to any that answer my odd question.
I know I need to either get a seperate tank or have my best friend put the female molly in her tank.