My tanks for livebearers.

Viviparous or Live bearing fish - Mollies, Platties, Guppies
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My tanks for livebearers.

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Some pics about my livebearers.


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Ooo lovely!

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Beautiful tanks 👌
dH 18
New to the hobby but loving my little guys n gals

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A nice mix of livebearers. :)
The sailfin swordtail (?) is a nice natural colour.

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plankton wrote: Mon Nov 16, 2020 9:00 am A nice mix of livebearers. :)
The sailfin swordtail (?) is a nice natural colour.
It's Molienesia velifera. I'm searching fo a other pic.

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Art wrote: Mon Nov 16, 2020 15:25 pm
plankton wrote: Mon Nov 16, 2020 9:00 am A nice mix of livebearers. :)
The sailfin swordtail (?) is a nice natural colour.
It's Molienesia velifera.
Poecilia velifera aka Sail-fin molly, nice.
How big is yours as it will grow to around 6 inches (15cm) ?
6 foot (550L) - Rio Ucayali themed
9 x juvenile Biotodoma Cupido, 54 x Paracheirodon innesi, 23 x Thayeria boehlkei, 30 x Gold Laser Cory (CW010), 2 x Flash pleco (L204) named George & Mildred

2 foot (120L) - Breeding tank (temporary stocked)
15 x Paracheirodon innesi, 9 x Three-lined Cory (Corydoras trilineatus)

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Sailfins can get to 8" in the wild, magnificent mollies. :)

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No, not that big. About 3 inches. (7.5cm).
I have never seen such big ones.

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