Saltwater Sailfin Molly :Male - Red Sea

Poecilia latipinna

(12 Reviews)

Saltwater Sailfin Molly :Male - Red Sea
The Sailfin Molly boasting majestic, large dorsal fins and a variety of colors, this hardy fish is a breeze to care for. Its peaceful nature and unique shape make it a delightful addition to any saltwater aquarium.

Saltwater Sailfin Molly :Male - Red Sea

Poecilia latipinna

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Saltwater Sailfin Molly :Male - Red Sea Care Facts

Care Level: Easy
Temperament: Peaceful
Diet: Omnivore
Reef Safe: Yes
Minimum Tank Size: 20 Gallons
Max Size: 4 inches

Yes you heard it right, a saltwater molly. Sailfin mollies are a beloved classic when it comes to aquariums, but did you know they could live in saltwater too? Mollies can breed naturally in brackish, fresh, and salt water, making them a very versatile little fish. Reaching only up to 4 inches and being great algae eaters they can be a great addition to any reef tank. Being very hardy and with a reasonable price tag they are some of the best starter fish for new hobbyists. These specific mollies are farmed on land in the Indian Ocean/Red Sea region.

Being as they don't get larger then 4 inches the minimum tank size for mollies is a 20 gallon aquarium. Make sure there is plenty of live rock and hiding spaces as they love to graze constantly for algae and micro foods. You will want to feed them once to twice a day, and they will readily accept most types of food including brine, mysis, pellets, and flake foods. They are completely reef safe and non aggressive so avoid keeping them with larger predatory fish.

* Colors may vary in each specimen.

Beautiful pairs I received.

Reviewed by: J.P. Chen on June 23, 2024

Healthy , nice size

Reviewed by: Mary Fetterley on June 18, 2024

Reviewed by: Francene Livingston on June 10, 2024

Reviewed by: Alan Amtmann on April 30, 2024

Reviewed by: Jeffrey Huth on April 10, 2024

Reviewed by: Mark Ernstrom on Feb. 25, 2024

Reviewed by: Adam Hacker on Jan. 10, 2024

Look great are females available?

Reviewed by: Gary Stennett on Dec. 14, 2023

Reviewed by: Erin Holmes on Dec. 11, 2023

Very active and beautiful color

Reviewed by: Mary Fetterley on Dec. 3, 2023

Reviewed by: Jonathan Redden on Sept. 24, 2023

He is all black but doing great in my 90 gallon tank. I am now going to try to acclimate a female to put in with him.

Reviewed by: Caren Christian on Sept. 14, 2023

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