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So i have a tank of self bred guppies (almost full grown)mixed with yound black molly babies... (they are a bit smaller than full grown guppies).. i had 10 guppies and 7 mollies... but now i only have three guppies... (no sign of bodies or anything and have never seen them fight) is it possible i have murderous mollies? i have another tank full of newborn guppy fry but do not want to put the young in the 'main tank' only to be slaughtered (even if they are seemingly big enough)..
le me know if mollies can be responsible for guppy genocide.
|Posted 13-Jun-2007 01:02|
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How big is the tank?
What are your water peramiters? If you can not do good full test take a good water sample to your LFS and get it done.
How were the Guppies?
Yes it is a good chance they could have been eaten.
Plants do you have any plant cover for the fry.
What is the mix of gupire M&F
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|Posted 13-Jun-2007 05:42|
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