It's all go at my house. I have 6 medaka (rice fish) fry, a baby pencilfish, lots of baby least Killifish – hard not to – and now my corys have laid eggs - either for both the elegant and the false jullii. I don't have a spare tank that's small enough for the eggs, or a spare heater, so I put them in a small internal box for fry – one of the cheaper kinds that sticks to the inside of the tank – as it's all I have. I added filter wool at either side so nothing can slip through the vents. I added an Indian almond leaf on the base. I think I have some alder cones coming tomorrow and will add one. I haven't treated them with meth blue as I hoped the natural treatments would be enough. I think they were laid today so I could do meth blue tomorrow morning, if anyone thinks it is crucial? I just wondered if anyone had any other advice. I will watch for fungus. I have some Hikari fry powder and frozen cyclops. Also some of those easy to make infusoria tablets arriving soon. I have a nano 25 litre in which the other fry are doing well and can move them there if any corys survive to a size that will be workable to transfer. It's a cycled tank, well planted, with a sand base. Any advice what length they could be to move in? The tank they are in is currently heated at 23.7-24.3 degrees, should I add a degree of warmth? I don't have the capacity to make any live food; if I order some what's the best (smallest) thing to get? Thanks.