Originally Posted by Fishy Freak
If I were you I'd start with 1 male and about 4 females as they will soon breed.
What is your reason for the salt in the tank, Mollies are a freshwater fish, they can tolerate high salt levels but are best with out unless you are using it to keep water hard and stable for pH. What amount are you salting the tank?
I'm not trying to dispute that mollies can be fine in freshwater aquariums, but I'd like to point out that mollies are NOT freshwater fish. They usually live in estuary-type areas, therefore they are brackish in the wild.
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