Mollisols are mineral soils that usually develop under prairie vegetation. They are characterized by relatively thick, dark surface horizons resulting from an increased organic matter content (McDaniel et al. 2011), which can present problems for hydric soil identification due to the lack of visible iron-based redoximorphic features (Chapters 7 and 8) in the upper part of the soil profile. This chapter discusses some of the potential problems encountered when delineating hydric soils in Mollisol landscapes and describes specific hydric soil indicators developed for use in delineating hydric Mollisols.