02-27-2008, 10:05 PM
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Originally Posted by SilverMolly
No, her scales are not up. That looks nice.
Well she is either pregnant with tons of fry or she is suffering from internal damage. Silver mollys don't always show the gravel spot that indicates pregnancy, but I am worried because she is more bloated towards the front. Just in case, I would get some frozen peas and un thaw them, peel the skin off a pea, grind it to pope, roll it in some of it's normal food, put the molly in a breeder net/ feed the molly the ground pea with food sent. This will do two things, first it will force the fish to eat the pea and two it will allow for a potential fry to survive.
It could be a combination of constipation and pregnancy. It is kind of hard because the aggression is also a sign that she is ready to give birth.