Liberty Mollies

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Kasshan

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so I got 3 females and 1 male, they look rather plain, but I hear they are rather rare and they are wild caught. since they were given to me for free i took them without protest. i cant wait for the male to color up like in pictures on google. maybe i can proliferate this strain and also make a sailfin hybrid. however if im going to that I have to get rid of the other common mollies i currently have and get virgin females, so it looks like the common mollies i have right now are going into the Jack Dempsey tank.
 

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I had to look those up. I never heard of them before, the males are pretty, good luck with the breeding!
 

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Kasshan said:
so I got 3 females and 1 male, they look rather plain, but I hear they are rather rare and they are wild caught. since they were given to me for free i took them without protest. i cant wait for the male to color up like in pictures on google. maybe i can proliferate this strain and also make a sailfin hybrid. however if im going to that I have to get rid of the other common mollies i currently have and get virgin females, so it looks like the common mollies i have right now are going into the Jack Dempsey tank.
They're great to keep. I keep and breed them as well. The coloration of the fins does differ per male. When the male does color up, he must have black, white (non or just a bit in the caudal) and red in both caudal as dorsal fin.
Annie59 said:
I had to look those up. I never heard of them before, the males are pretty, good luck with the breeding!
This is a wild strain of mollies.
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