Recently[more like today], one or more of my livebearers have given birth. I have 2 gold dust molly fry, 4 pale white fry[look like panda platies, but, the female panda platy died a while ago, and only a male is left. There is another roaming around in the tank.], and 2 endler-looking fry.
Now, I've recently raised a few endler fry to juvinile-hood, and, I can tell that these 3 [there are three, but, I could not find the other.] were not of my soon-to-drop females. They were, for one thing, not as slender and quick as endler fry, and appear to be endler-colored mollies. Now, a while ago, I had endler's in the tank[males], but, they all died due to harrassment of the females.
The fry in question look exactly like endler fry, one has a few tiny black spots, the other just looks like a plain ol' endler, with the body shape and size of a newborn molly fry.
I thought about it hard, and looked at the duo closely. They have no deformities[as hybrids usually do], and, just have the exact same body structure as the 2 gold dust mollies in the tank. The mother/mothers possibly gave birth last night.
The three female endler's are close to dropping, but, they are not ready to drop yet. But, they will soon. Two are squared off.
Is it possible, that a LFS molly stored the sperm of a wild-type colored molly, or, hybridized with a endler?
[Pictures will be provided later on today]