Hi all, I bought 3 balloon Molly about a week and a half ago for my 10 gallon tank. 2 days ago one of the Molly gave birth, another looks and is behaving similarly to the one who just gave birth so I think she might be pregnant too. Obviously we can't keep that many fish in a 10 gallon tank. There's around 20-23 fry ( they move too fast to count accurately). We are purchasing a 55 gallon setup on Sunday (that's when the seller can meet). I plan to use some of the gravel and one or 2 decorations and some of the water from the 10 gallon to seed the 55 gallon but I know it will still take a while for the tank to cycle. In the mean time I've been doing 20-30% water changes twice a day. That's been keeping the ammonia around .25, the nitrites at 0 and the nitrates between 10&20 but I know that won't be good for them in the long run. All of the fish seem to be doing really well for now though. Is there anything else I should be doing now? Are there any other ways I can speed up the process of getting the 55 gallon tank ready? Also, I have some concerns in the long run. I've read that these fish could give birth a few more times in the next few months even with no males in the tank. I don't think the 55 will be big enough for that many fish and I don't want anything bigger. Is there somewhere that I can sell or donate any extra fry? And I'd like to try to eventually separate the males and females (since we'll have 2 tanks) so we won't continue being inundated with fry. How difficult is that to do?