{"@context":"https://schema.org","@graph":[{"@type":"Organization","@id":"http://guppyaquarium.com/#organization","name":"","url":"http://guppyaquarium.com/","sameAs":[]},{"@type":"WebSite","@id":"http://guppyaquarium.com/#website","url":"http://guppyaquarium.com/","name":"Guppy Aquarium","publisher":{"@id":"http://guppyaquarium.com/#organization"},"potentialAction":{"@type":"SearchAction","target":"http://guppyaquarium.com/?s={search_term_string}","query-input":"required name=search_term_string"}},{"@type":"WebPage","@id":"http://guppyaquarium.com/molly-fish-care-guide/#webpage","url":"http://guppyaquarium.com/molly-fish-care-guide/","inLanguage":"en-US","name":"Molly Fish Care Guide - Guppy Aquarium","isPartOf":{"@id":"http://guppyaquarium.com/#website"},"image":{"@type":"ImageObject","@id":"http://guppyaquarium.com/molly-fish-care-guide/#primaryimage","url":"http://guppyaquarium.com/wp-content/uploads/molly-fish.jpg","width":747,"height":435,"caption":"Molly Fish"},"primaryImageOfPage":{"@id":"http://guppyaquarium.com/molly-fish-care-guide/#primaryimage"},"datePublished":"2017-05-27T01:35:30+00:00","dateModified":"2017-05-27T02:01:22+00:00","description":"Learn how to take care of your Molly fish with this quick Mollies care guide. Info on feeding habits, tank setup and breeding your Mollies."},{"@type":"Article","@id":"http://guppyaquarium.com/molly-fish-care-guide/#article","isPartOf":{"@id":"http://guppyaquarium.com/molly-fish-care-guide/#webpage"},"author":{"@id":"http://guppyaquarium.com/author/guppyaquarium/#author","name":"Guppy Aquarium"},"publisher":{"@id":"http://guppyaquarium.com/#organization"},"headline":"Molly Fish Care Guide","datePublished":"2017-05-27T01:35:30+00:00","dateModified":"2017-05-27T02:01:22+00:00","commentCount":0,"mainEntityOfPage":"http://guppyaquarium.com/molly-fish-care-guide/#webpage","image":{"@id":"http://guppyaquarium.com/molly-fish-care-guide/#primaryimage"},"keywords":"care guide,mollies","articleSection":"Care Guides,Freshwater Fish"},{"@type":"Person","@id":"http://guppyaquarium.com/author/guppyaquarium/#author","name":"Guppy Aquarium","image":{"@type":"ImageObject","@id":"http://guppyaquarium.com/#personlogo","url":"http://1.gravatar.com/avatar/13d2adb0642f65ec77d9a00e813f8051?s=96&d=mm&r=g","caption":"Guppy Aquarium"},"sameAs":[]}]}

Molly Fish Care Guide

Molly Fish

Molly fish are an easy to care for, livebearer fish. Although in nature, Mollies are brackish fish (they live where rivers starts so they used to water that contains salt mixed with freshwater). Overtime, hobbyist have breed them in freshwater containing no salt at all, so you don’t necessary have to give them any salt at all.

Quick Mollies Care Guide

Experience Level: Beginner — Easy to care for, very hardy and undemanding. Easy to breed.

Appearance: Females are bigger than males. Appearance varies depending on species.

Size: Males grows up to 4 inches (10 cm), Females grows up to 6 inches (15 cm), depending on species.

Water Condition: pH 7.5-8.5; 10-25°dH

Temperature: 70-82°F (21-28°C)

Tank Region: Swims in the middle and near the top.

Tank: At least 15 gallons (60 L), 20 gallons (76 L) or larger recommended. Tall aquarium tank is recommended.

Food: Omnivore. Eats fish pellets and flakes, vegetables, frozen dried and live foods.

Lifespan: Average 3-5 years.

Breeding Mollies and Caring for Molly Fish Fry

Mollies are very easy to breed. They are Livebearers so they give birth to live fry instead of laying eggs.

Related Post

Leave a Comment