I have three mollies in my 20 gallon community tank right now, and all three of them are, without a doubt, pregnant. I have a nice little 2.5 gallon tank set up for the babies. Everything is ready, but do to the nature of the situation, given the size of the tank, and the amount of pregnant fish, there are a few problems. I want to save as many fish as possible, so I'm only wanting to put one molly in there at a time so they won't eat each others' fry as they come out. Here is my 2.5, heated and kept at 78 by an under-gravel(or in this case, sand) heater. 10 gallon filter, because the little 3 gallon filter I had going wouldn't work and this is all I have... It makes a really strong current, but I raised the water level up high enough to keep the current from being overwhelming.(not in these pictures, but I just added more water...like, just a second ago.) I have three Ghost Shrimp, also expecting, in there now. The shrimp shouldn't hurt the fry, should they? And yes, I do have a Money Plant growing in there. Here are some pics of my Mollies. This gal is Venus, one of my new Dalmatian Mollies. Now this one is Pluto, also one of my new Dalmatian mollies. And finally, this little girl is Stella, one of my new Black Mollies.(I got a lot of new fish... ) (The fish in the background is Molly, one of my older mollies. ) Okay, so basically all I want to know is how far along they are. And if the shrimp would hurt the molly fry, or if there are any other problems, and what order I should try to put them in the breeder in. Thank you!