My dalmation molly is swimming up n down in corner of tank why?
If it is just normal swimming not fast or erratic thats okay - your fish is just active and playful. If swimming is erratic or fish is scratching objects then there is room for concern.
How big is your tank? Is it cycled? What fish do you have in there?
I have a female dalmation molly a male redwagtail platty n 3 female guppie. I jst took another male platty out he was bullying my smaller platy. Im taking it back to pet store today it has a weir discoleration on scales behind gill not itch tho. The dalmation is the newest addition n was added last thurs, she should be calmed down by now.
Tank is 20g
my two dalmatian mollies have been in this tank for 25 days and they still go up and down the glass. It is the reflection I guess.
Mollies are a social fish they like to swim with others of their own kind so if you only have one it could make this glass surfing worse. Mollies like to live with 2-4 females or 1 male to 3-6 females.
Well ally fish do it but not constantly like molly. I think my other ones r starting to mimic her. When I do feeding they all stop n when I even walk by they stop n come to me. Do they jst luv me lol
Forgot to mention my ghost shrimp I have 7. 4 are new with mollie
added a black molly and another dalmation molly now all three swim fast and alot. They are sometimes a lil aggressive, any clues?
first witchfish are being aggresive if it is the mollies they could just be territorial
hey is your black dalmation a girl? Whythri?
Hey quick question there. I have a dalmation molly too it's a female and she's doing the same thing, swimming up and down the glass on one side. If I go to get her some company does it hav to be another dalmation molly or just any molly in general? Thanks
Is your salty right? They need some special aquarium salt--I think. Not too sure.
This is an old post, please refrain from posting on old posts. FYI, they do NOT necessarily need aquarium salt in the water.
5 gallons and I have 2 Dalmatian Molly's
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