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I actually had not updated my tank statistics in a long time... the tank is just about perfect now. I haven't added anything that owuld be agressive, got a new cat for the tank but he's still tiny and is unlikely to be agressive anyway. I am definitely thinking about ditching the peacock fern now, hasn't been doing as well as I had hoped. Any suggestions for new live plants?bassmaster2010 said:I generally release my livebearer babies once theyre big enough not to get eaten as long as there are no real aggressive fish in the tank. To me the fish listed in your profile look like they should be fine with a 1" molly fry, but unless you havent updated your aquarium profile lately, it doesnt look like your tank is cycled. You shouldnt expose such a young fish to such high ammonia levels, really no fish should be exposed to ammonia at all. Also, the peacock fern listed in your profile is actually not an aquatic plant, it is often sold in tubes claiming to be used in aquariums but it will die and decay in your aquarium after a few months. I would work on getting your tank fully cycled before introducing the little fish. What all have you done to cycle your tank? Have you been doing multiple water changes each week along with prime or amquel+ water conditioner?