Information about Mollies Click here now to buy Mollies from us.
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Shown above, a beautiful young mature male Silver Lyretail Molly swimming in a planted aquarium at AquariumFish.net. This fish is typical of the Mollys we sell: young, mature, and of premium quality.
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This video shows a young male Gold and Black Molly Fish nibbling on the algae that's growing on the leaves of an Aponogeton Plant. Click here to buy Mollies from us.
Here is a wonderful lively group of Silver Lyre Tail Mollies shown in an aquarium in our facility.
Scientific Name: Poecilia latipinna, Poecilia sphenops, hybrids of these two species, and perhaps other species of Mollys.
Comments Lyre Tail Mollies have a spike at the top and bottom of its tail fin. People with lots of imagination think the outline of these tails has the shape of a lyre, which is a musical instrument invented a long time ago. Mollies are livebearers like Guppies, Swordtails, and Platies. Livebearers are easy to breed. Click here for more about details about breeding Mollies, caring for the babies, and feeding baby Mollies.
Click here to listen to Tom and Nevin, The Bailey Brothers, talk about keeping and breeding Guppies and Mollies.
We can easily determine the gender of our Mollies, and you can order the number of males and the number of females you want. For example you might order, "One male and two female Black Lyre Tail Mollies, plus one male and two female Gold Lyre Tail Mollies."
Whatever fish you order, we'll always do our best to catch the fish that match the description that you send us. There are some fish like Oscars and Goldfish that we cannot determine the gender, but we can always determine the gender of Mollies and other Livebearers, and we will ship you the gender you prefer.
I love this site. My question is my daughter got a gold molly today and I think she is pregnant but not for sure. If she is will she get huge? I just want to know if I need to prepare. I have had black mollies in the past and they were always pretty skinny fish.
Reply. Hello Tracy. I appreciate you compliment about this web site. Thank you. The color of your female molly will make no difference. She is almost surely pregnant and will get big and have lots of babies. So you and your daughter should prepare. Click here to go to another page in this web site with lots of information about how to care for your female and the babies that she will soon release.
This picture was taken in our facility of big aquarium full of Silver Lyre Tail Mollies for sale. Lyre Tail Mollies are available in all the usual colors: Black, Gold, Dalmatian, and other rarer colors. All are very nice.
Appropriate Home Mollies need an aquarium with at least 15 gallons of water, an External Power Filter with a BIO-Wheel, 1/4 inch or less of gravel, and an Aquarium Heater adjusted to between 78 and 82 degrees F. Click here for more about warm water aquariums. Like most livebearers Mollies will do better with 1 Tablespoon of Aquarium Salt per 5 gallons of water. Click here for more about Aquarium Salt.
The advertisement, shown below, links to
Floating Flake Food and Freeze Dried Blood Worms. Both of these foods are available in most pet stores. Click here for general information about feeding fish. I feed all livebearers a few Black Worms every other day. Click here for more about Black Worms.
The advertisement, shown below, links to
Feed Your Mollies
Proper Foods !!
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Hikari Flakes. Click
here for more about FD
Blood Worms, and
here for Frozen Brine
Above: a young mature male and female Gold Nugget Molly.
Above: a young mature male Marbled Sailfin Molly. He's showing off his beautiful dorsal fin to try to find a good home in someone's aquarium, where he'll be well taken care of for a long time. ;^ }
Above: a young mature male Silver Sailfin Molly, and he'd like to come and live in your aquarium now. ;^ }
Above: a young mature male and female Dalmatian Molly.
Above: a young mature male and female Silver Lyretail.
Above: a young mature female Molly with a unique pattern and coloration.
Above: a young mature female Cremesicle Lyretail Molly with beautiful red markings in her fins and a bright white belly that will soon swell with baby Mollys!! Click here to read about breeding Mollys.
Above: two pictures of a young mature male Orange Marbled Lyretail Molly with a big dorsal fin, bright orange coloration in the body, and contrasting dark markings in his fins.
Above: a young mature female Orange Marbled Lyretail Molly with an interesting coloration and pattern. You can buy unique Mollys like this one by ordering our code 3990. Click here to learn more about how to do that.
Above: a young mature male Marbled Cremesicle Molly with an interesting coloration and pattern. You can buy unique Mollys like this one by ordering our code 3990. Click here to learn more about how to do that.
Above: another young male Molly with an interesting coloration.
Size and Lifespan
Mollies have a lifespan of between 3 and 5 years and can grow to 5". Rarely mollies live longer and grow bigger.
Books about Mollies
The books shown below are listed on Amazon.com. You can click on the title or the image of a book to go to the page at Amazon.com, where that book is listed and discussed. In some cases
you can preview several of the pages in that book.