In my experience, the gravid spot sometimes turned red. Not that red though. I have observed this with guppies. I was disappointed to myself when I kept about 150 guppies in a 75 gallons before.:shake: Now I avoid them because they can't stop reproducing.:blink:lioness501 said:last time i had fry in the tank(2 lots) only 1 survived this is cos i saved her and seperated her. we had 2 in there for a while then they disappeared. i do not wish to save all fry as it woud b too much!! all of my females have the gravid spot and all r dark. i have heard that sometimes it can turn reddish in colour b4 birth, is this correct? tho mollies dont necessarily have a gravid spot is this also correct?? my 3 guppies do tho and my big molly does. i really would love to save some mollies as i think they r lovely so perhaps ill place more plants in tank and c ow it goes.
That's nice. Keep us updated.lioness501 said:ahhh i c! my biggest baloon molly(maureen) is so big that u can actually c her gravid spot!! its pitch black so im sure she is due soon! im not worried about guppy fry cos i knoow who fast they reproduce but id like some mollies as she is dalmation x orange and male is orange and white