3 OUTSTANDING MEXICAN MOLLY SAILFIN
Poecilia is a genus of fishes in the family Poeciliidae. These livebearers are native to fresh, brackish and salt water in the Americas, and some species in the genus are euryhaline.
Some common and widespread species are often kept as aquarium fishes, while other have very small ranges and are seriously threatened.
All species in Poecilia are called mollies except for the Endlers (P. wingei) and the well-known Guppy (P. reticulata) which have a distinctly different body shape from the rest of the genus.
Poecilia latipinna, are generally gray with rows of spots that almost blend to look like stripes. Males have an enlarged dorsal fin, but otherwise they have small fins in general, including a truncated caudal (tail) fin. Their upturned faces help them draw from the upper layer of oxygen-rich water, allowing them to thrive in poor quality water. They can be found in ponds, marshes, and even roadside ditches, and they are popular with aquarists, who have bred a wide variety of colors with this tolerant fish.
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