06-17-2011, 03:00 AM
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Originally Posted by bettababy
With the cherry barbs and tetras in there, I would suspect the mollies to breed just fine if the male is fertile, but I would never expect to see fry unless the tank is almost solid decor, lol. Red eyes and cherry barbs are quick to eat fry and will even stalk the female as she's giving birth. Is it possible the mollies are breeding but you're just not getting any fry to survive due to tank mates and lack of dense plants/decor?
well right now the tank is strickly livebreeders, and i just pulled out what i think to be a week old guppy fry, not of my fish have really bother any of the fry i have ever put in there, i have put 32 swordtail fry in there but i had an ich outbreak that killed all 32 and 2 other platy fry, so the only fry in that tank right now is a 3 month old platy fry, and a 1 month old guppy fry