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Latipinna Calico Molly

Vendor: THIENDUC   |   SKU:B44161
Status: Available bag : 10010
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Product Description


Packing Standar
Code Size 0.5 bag 1 bag Full box( 4 bag)
B44160 3cm 100 200 800
B44161 4cm 75 150 600
B44162 5cm 50 100 400


Molly Fish is the common name of freshwater fish originating from the Poecolia genus, including Poecilia Sphenops and Poecilia Latipinna. This elegant live-bearer is closely related to the Guppy fish. They are native to the coastal area of Mexico and live in both freshwater streams and brackish waters. Wild Molly fish coloring is duller, often grey. Molly bred in captivity on the other hand can be found ranging through many vibrant color varieties and patterns, making them a stunning tank mate to posses.


It is optimal to house molly in a tank with the size of 77 centimeter square for each 2.5cm of molly. Avoid over sun exposure because it can easily cause changes in the temperature.

Water conditions:

Molly fish from ThienDuc Aquarium accommodates well to tap water, after chlorine treatment.

Range of pH: 6.5 – 8.0

Water temperature: appx 26˚C – 28˚C


Molly fish are omnivores, they eat all live food, frozen food and vegetable food, so rotate their diet daily and feed only what they can consume in under 2 minutes, once or twice a day. Do not overfeed or leave food leftover in the tank, as it causes ammonia and nitrite and becomes toxic.


In general, molly fish are peaceful and make good community fish. Male molly can be aggressive towards each other and are constantly trying to mate, so a ratio of 2 to 3 females per male is advised to prevent excessive harassment of the females. Good tank mates include tetras, rasboras, danios, peaceful barbs and rainbowfish.


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