06-28-2009, 09:43 PM
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I have black mollies. 9 to a 10 gallon tank, and they are growing like weeds,
So I doubt its the tank size.. I do not keep heaters in most of my tanks either, their temps are a pretty constant 80, So I doubt its the cause of being to warm....
The biggest growth you will get from young fry is daily water changes, That in itself is a big to do in growing for most any young fry,,, In the first 2 weeks or so of life is the most important growing time, After that alot goes to their sex...... I like over feeding mine during those crucial few weeks,,,, With water changes everyday you don't have to worry about fouling the water to much,,,,,, I have also found out that LIVE food is a super food for Mollies,... and they need algae or vegetable matter.
Alot of Mollies around where I live don't survive long for some reason, Live food seems to breath new life to these Mollies and they thrive...