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Thread: Is platy or molly suitable for planted tanks?

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    Is platy or molly suitable for planted tanks?

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    Will platy, molly mess up the plant? I know its okay to keep one or two to eat up the surface oil but how about a group of them..? I am thinking about ten for my 2 feet....

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    Sure why not. But overtime they will breed and their offsprings will cause a headache to you as your tank might be overpopulated.
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    then keep more male than female... maybe ratio 9:1... haha...

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    Should be no problem but mollies have a tendancy for being high bioloaders.

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    Mollies = loads of waste
    Mollies = my plants all eaten
    Mollies = faster breeders than freakin rabbits!
    Mollies = frantic swimmers that never rest
    Mollies = a major annoyance i found

    Thats my opinion, they drove me nuts i gave them away xD Nice fish though i must admit

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    May not 10 too much for a 2 ft tank bro.

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