So, I ended up leaving my Apistogramma cacuatoides fry in with their parents in a 20 long with a lot of plants and oak leaves. This tank also has my 10CW010 corys. The fry are at least three weeks old and 1/4" long, and the parents are still taking good care of them. Both the male and female chase the corys away from the group of fry, which they lead around the tank. I'm wondering if I should:
- Leave them all together until the fry are large enough to BAP
- Move the parents to a different tank? The tank next to this one is setup very similarly with a Cory. sterbai sextet and a dozen Nannostomus beckfordi. I think that the 1/4" fry should be safe with corys, right?
- Try netting out the fry. I think this would be too difficult, but I could probably do it if necessary.