After my last two goldfish passed on I decided to take a break considering the amount of bad luck I've had with them. So with my lone bristlenose pleco, who is the sweetest little guy in the world and who is still only not even an inch long in his now heated 20 gallon tank, I have decided to go ahead and purchase some mollies. I am very excited to hopefully see some babies considering they are rapid breeders. I purchased 1 male and 2 females, all in wonderful condition and have just plopped them in. They seem to be thriving very well and I am just wanting to prepare myself for is what is likely to come. I have 2 ten gallon tanks available if needed. It would be very helpful if you'd be willing to explain the: - signs of pregnancy that are sure signs -ways to know when she is about to go into labor - if it is necessary to separate the females from the tank -And just the whole procedure overall or what you'd think would be helpful for a first time breeder. Thanks again!