Popular Freshwater Fish!

Uncle Bill's Pet Centers carries a wide variety of freshwater and saltwater fish, and selection may vary by store location.  Here are some of the most popular freshwater fish Uncle Bill's offers - but it is not a complete listing of all the fish we have available at any given time.  This list as well as our in-store availability fluctuates and is updated regularly.  Please note this information on each fish's page is for your reference only, and any advice acquired from these listings is to be used at your own discretion.

Dalmation Molly

Facts and Information

dalmation molly

Much like the Guppy, the Dalmatian Molly bears little resemblance to the original wild form.  Originally a light, slightly transparent green with flecks of brown or orange around the margins of the fin, the Molly has been selectively bred for many years to produce dozens of color and tail varieties.  Dalmatian Mollies are pearly white in color with a dusting of black uneven speckles.  Their range in the wild starts in northern Mexico on the Pacific side and extends down through Central America into South America to Colombia.  In the wild, they feed on insects and insect larvae, aquatic worms and small crustaceans like Daphnia, and some algae.  Mollies aren't restricted to freshwater and are known to not only inhabit, but to flourish in brackish waters of the Pacific coastal drainage basin.  The presence of salt in the water inhibits bacterial and fungal growth in water with an alkaline pH and high hardness.

PH Levels - 7 to 8

Hardness Levels - 140 to 320 ppm

Temperature - 68 to 82°F

Level of Difficulty - Level 3

Size - Small

Aggression Level - Level 2

Possible Tankmates - Striped Barb, Zipper Loach

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yellow cichlid labidochromis caeruleus