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I was wondering I have 3 Mollies and a little over a month ago I was looking on your website about how to care for baby mollies since one of my mollies had babies, and on your website it said that the female mollies will have baby mollies every month for about 5 or 6 months without any
My female mollie had a few babies on October 11 and I was wondering if she is suppose to be having babies soon but if not will she reproduce with the male mollies in the tank ( I'm pretty sure that they are 2 male
mollies and 1 female mollie.
Also I would like to purchase a few mollies from you should I do that through email or is there a way that I can do that on the website? But Iwould like to specify what kind of mollie and what (gender) also please let me know I would really appreciate it.
Reply. Hello Kelly. Thank you for your email. Female mollies CAN release babies for up to 5 or 6 months without a male in the aquarium, because the female Guppies store fertilized eggs in their bodies. Of course water conditions, food, etc. must be good for female Mollies to produce babies.
We also say that Mollies are schooling fish that should live in a group of Mollies with at least 3 males and about twice as many females, so 3 males and 6 females make a nice group. Two males and one female will usually be very stressful for the female.
To buy Mollies click here, and you will go to a page on this web site with buttons that add the Mollies that you want to the Shopping Bag.
Click here for information about how to add a Special Request to your order. You can request the color and gender of the mollies that you want.
Or click here for our phone numbers. You can call us and talk with one of our service reps., who will help you order the fish you want. Thanks again for your email.

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hi. you don't know me but i checked your website and was really interested in buying some red zebras. i would like to get 1 male and 4 females but it doesn't let you choose how many males and females you want. could you message me back a way to choose how many males & females i want thanks.
Ron M.
Reply: Hi Ron,
Click here to buy Red Zebras.
Click here to include a Special Request for 1 male and 4 females in your order.
If you intend to breed these fish. It's usually better to have at least 2 males, and like all Mbunas red Zebras live and breed best in an aquarium with at least 15 Mbunas.
Click here for information and advice about how to keep and care for the Mbuna Cichlids from Lake Malawi in East Africa.
Click here to go to another page in this web site with a short story about a beautiful aquarium with Mbunas that was in a restaurant named Giselle's many years ago.
Thanks again for your email.
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