03-12-2007, 01:32 PM
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Yes, because one the fish was male and 2 the fish was bigger for the female it just calls for disaster!
If you could i would take the big male back...unless you want to breed them I would get another female the same size as your other one. This is kind of different but I had a very tiny scared male dalmation molly, who was scared of all other mollies but i got a female (by accident) and luckily they get along fine.. I found this one by looking for a small one that looked like it was kind of picked on by the other fish (not like unhealthy fin nipped but just a scardy cat like mine)...which is where my ballon molly came in..i also got a black molly that wasnt picked on but was a bit smaller then my dalmation molly, and the black molly constantly picked on my scared dalmation so i had to give the black one back.