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- 5 to 10 years
So, a few weeks ago I bought two male sailfin mollies for my 10 gallon, which currently has one betta fish, two coolie loaches, and a clown pleco. My betta is very peaceful and wouldn't even touch a baby guppy. One of the mollies died, i think because it didnt look to healthy in the first place, so I decided to get a male black molly and a female black molly. So far, the two males have not touched her, except for the other black molly male staying beside her, since they were in the tank together at the store for so long. Everywhere I go, I see that you should have a 1 to 3-4 male and female molly ratio to reduce the stress while breeding, but they are not doing anything to her. I was wondering if this is normal, or maybe a rare chance, and if i should be worried about it? The male mollies are not showing any hostility or territorial displays to each other either.