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Livebears, Mollies, Guppies, Platies, Swords

Poecilia is a genus of fishes in the family Poeciliidae of the order Cyprinodontiformes. These livebearers are native to fresh, brackish and salt water in the Americas, and some species in the genus are euryhaline.

All species in Poecilia are called mollies except for the Endler's livebearer (P. wingei) and the well-known guppy (P. reticulata). Without a modifying adjective, molly usually refers to the species Poecilia sphenops.

They are mostly community fish with a few exceptions and make hardy pets thats easy to care for with little demand from the aquarist. Large variety of colours available and please do check on availability from week to week.

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Black Molly ( Poecilia latipinna )

These fish are omnivorous, however, they are highly herbivorous only eating proteins every once in a while. In the wild they feed mainly on algae and sometimes on rotifers and small crustaceans. In captivity they can be fed with vegetable-based dried foods, blanched spinach or cucumber and every once in a while some brine shrimp or bloodworms.
$1.30

Gold Molly ( Poecilia sphenops )

These fish are omnivorous, however, they are highly herbivorous only eating proteins every once in a while. In the wild they feed mainly on algae and sometimes on rotifers and small crustaceans. In captivity they can be fed with vegetable-based dried foods, blanched spinach or cucumber and every once in a while some brine shrimp or bloodworms.
$1.30

Green Molly

These fish are omnivorous, however, they are highly herbivorous only eating proteins every once in a while. In the wild they feed mainly on algae and sometimes on rotifers and small crustaceans. In captivity they can be fed with vegetable-based dried foods, blanched spinach or cucumber and every once in a while some brine shrimp or bloodworms.
$1.30

Marble Molly

These fish are omnivorous, however, they are highly herbivorous only eating proteins every once in a while. In the wild they feed mainly on algae and sometimes on rotifers and small crustaceans. In captivity they can be fed with vegetable-based dried foods, blanched spinach or cucumber and every once in a while some brine shrimp or bloodworms.
$1.30

Safron Molly

These fish are omnivorous, however, they are highly herbivorous only eating proteins every once in a while. In the wild they feed mainly on algae and sometimes on rotifers and small crustaceans. In captivity they can be fed with vegetable-based dried foods, blanched spinach or cucumber and every once in a while some brine shrimp or bloodworms.
$1.30