## How many mollies Can I put in a 5 gallon tank?

5 male

## How many molly can go in a 10-gallon tank?

You can put **three mollies in a 10-gallon tank. As a general rule, an inch of fish requires one gallon of water. In captivity, mollies usually grow to be 34.5 inches long, so each fish will need around three gallons of water to swim freely.**

## How many molly can go in a 20 gallon tank?

Mollies. The average molly fish will grow to a size of 3 inches. Keeping **three female mollies and one male molly fish together is the best option in a 20-gallon tank.**

## How many mollies should be kept together?

**At least three or four mollies should be kept together. Mollies are shoaling fish, which means they’re more comfortable living with fish of the same species.**

## How many mollies can you fit in a 5 gallon tank?

5 male mollies

## Can mollies live in a five gallon tank?

**A 5 gallon tank can easily handle a group of about 5 male mollies. The tank setup you need for mollies the essentially the same as for the other fish in this article.**

## How many gallons is 4 mollies?

Ideally, you should have a **10-gallon aquarium for a molly fish. Depending on the species, you may add up to four mollies to the tank. For Sailfins and other larger mollies, however, you’ll need to arrange a 30-gallon aquarium. To live comfortably, each extra molly will require about 3 additional gallons.**

## What fish go well in a 5 gallon tank?

**Guppies are an awesome and often overlooked nano fish species that can be kept in a 5-gallon aquarium. These fish come in all sorts of different colors and are really easy to breed because they are livebearers.**

## Can I put 4 mollies in a 10-gallon tank?

Ideally, you should have a 10-gallon aquarium for a molly fish. **Depending on the species, you may add up to four mollies to the tank. For Sailfins and other larger mollies, however, you’ll need to arrange a 30-gallon aquarium. To live comfortably, each extra molly will require about 3 additional gallons.**

## Are mollies good for 10-gallon tank?

Mollies need at least 10 gallons of tank space. For each additional molly in the tank, you will want to have an additional 5+ gallons of tank space. As Mollies are schooling fish so **a 10-gallon tank would be too small and we would recommend a 20-30 gallon tank to house 3 Mollies (such as Sailfin Mollies).**

## Can you keep 3 mollies together?

5 male mollies

## How many mollies Can I put in a 20 gallon tank?

Mollies. The average molly fish will grow to a size of 3 inches. Keeping **three female mollies and one male molly fish together is the best option in a 20-gallon tank.**

## How many mollies Can I put in a 25 gallon tank?

**At least three or four mollies should be kept together. Mollies are shoaling fish, which means they’re more comfortable living with fish of the same species.**

## What fish can live with mollies in a 20 gallon tank?

Some species that make good Molly fish tank mates are **Dwarf Cichlids, Rams, Discus, Keyhole Cichlids, and Severums. They need at least a 20-gallon tank for the smaller species and up to 55 gallons for the species that can grow 8 inches or more!**

## What size tank does a molly need?

Most molly fish can live happily in a tank size **as small as 10 gallons. That tank size recommendation is suitable enough for up to four mollies, although a larger tank is always appreciated if you have some extra space. For a larger group, you need to bump up the tank size by at least three gallons of volume per fish.**

## Can you keep just 2 mollies?

**No, you can’t keep just two mollies. Mollies are shoaling fish, which means they seek safety and comfort in numbers. Even though keeping a pair of mollies is better than keeping only a single molly, it’s not enough. Mollies are more comfortable when they live in a larger group of at least three or four fish.**

## How many mollies can I have in a 10 gallon tank?

You can put **three mollies in a 10-gallon tank. As a general rule, an inch of fish requires one gallon of water. In captivity, mollies usually grow to be 34.5 inches long, so each fish will need around three gallons of water to swim freely.**

## Can 2 mollies live together?

But with that being said mollies are generally seen to be extremely peaceful fish. Especially in circumstances when **one male molly is being kept with two female mollies. However, if you house all male mollies then as previously mentioned you may notice aggression amongst them.**

## How big of a tank do mollies need?

10 gallons

## How many fish can I put in a 5 gallon tank?

5 male mollies

## Can you keep mollies in a 5 gallon tank?

Molly fish are easy to produce, you’d better keep just male fish or female fish because a 5-gallon tank is too small. **You can keep a group of about 5 male mollies in your 5-gallon tank**

## What size fish can go in a 5 gallon tank?

**Guppies are an awesome and often overlooked nano fish species that can be kept in a 5-gallon aquarium. These fish come in all sorts of different colors and are really easy to breed because they are livebearers.**

## What size tank do mollies need?

You can keep about **2-4 fish in a tank this size as long as each fish is not larger than 1 inch. The one-inch fish per gallon rule would apply to most smaller fish breeds like Tetras, Betta, Rasbora, Shrimps, and more. Fish that can grow larger than 1 inch are not recommended for a 5-gallon tank.**

## What size tank do 4 mollies need?

Most molly fish can live happily in a tank size as small as **10 gallons. That tank size recommendation is suitable enough for up to four mollies, although a larger tank is always appreciated if you have some extra space. For a larger group, you need to bump up the tank size by at least three gallons of volume per fish.**

## How many mollies can be in a gallon tank?

5 male mollies