The molly fry killed five girls, don't have to quote an article. Even a girl who only ate two died.
Hm, my medicine cabinet for sorority includes Erythromycin, T.C. Tetracycline, Jungle Fungus Cure, J. Ick cure, J. Parasite cure, Lifeguard, magnesium sulfate, kosher salt/aquarium salt, pimafix, melafix, prime, stress zyme, stress guard from seachem, triple-sulfa and Jungle makes both antibacterial and antifungal foods.
I keep a bottle of isopropyl alcohol at 50/50 concentration, gel hand sanitizer, bottle of distilled drinking water at salt saturation, triple antibacterial cream, tube of Mupirocin (perscription), scentless alcohol free baby wipes, jungle dip strips, a 4"x8" filter bag of pre-rinsed carbon and a pack of nitrile gloves (small like surgical, walmart) all within quick reach of the tank.
For tank operation I keep Discus Buffer, baking soda, TLC buffered pond pH reducer, aqueon plant food, algaefix, aquarisol and a spare fully functional filter who's bio-wheel I wake up every four months. (the bacteria can tolerate LONG durations dry at low temp)
If you don't know what all of these are for, that's fine. In three years I've used each at least once and some too often to count.
I tell people that keeping an aquarium costs fifty dollars for their first pet before they even put fish in it. Keep this statement in mind when you consider the cost of a sorority.
I feed using Omega One flake, dry bloodworm, dry tubifex worm, Omega One's betta pellets and Hikkari Fancy Guppy.
Daunting. Get pimafix, melafix, seachem's stress guard, a small breeder trap, second small net and the trio Ick/Parasite/Fungus clear from jungle. The seachem's stress guard will be the most expensive but penny for pickle its been my best performer, it is a tissue balm for injured fish and doesn't take much dose for little tanks.