My "surprise breeding" has resulted in more 2-week & week-old fry than I can count. From two spawnings, my 40 gallon tank contains hundreds. The parents are still in there. Dad is not beating up Mama; neither parent is eating the fry. I've watched both parents swim through clouds of tiny fry (it's mesmerizing, I can sit there for hours) & see no cannibalism. Been feeding them green water & freeze-dried tubifex which I squeeze out in the water to release a cloud of "tubifex fog" (dunno what to call it). When I release the microscopic tubifex or green water, the schools of fry respond. It's the coolest thing. The tank is full of plant life and algae, and I can see the fry grazing on it. Seems like a good environment for all (so far). Small water changes every day; parameters good. Top of tank wrapped in plastic wrap to maintain high humidity above the water. Very mild current in tank from cannister filter. Loaches & cories still in there, too. I'm setting up 3 empty 10-gallons in case some of the fry survive. Now, any advice for whatever I'm missing or don't know??