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|Sailfin Molly Aggression?|
The guy at my LFS told me that male sailfin mollies are extremely territorial and aggressive with one another. Is this true?
And what if there are no females in the tank, would the males still fight?
|Posted 23-Sep-2008 23:17|
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Most male livebearers don't get on well with each other, especially if there aren't any females in the tank. In a big enough tank with enough cover, they'd be fine, but if it's a smaller tank, it's much better to keep a single male and several females.
|Posted 23-Sep-2008 23:34|
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I have not had live bearers for years but I do know that they can become very aggressive especially when there is a shortage of females in the tank. If all males they would be fighting over their territory.
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