Alright y’all, so I finally managed to save some Cory eggs off a live plant right before they were eaten and they all seem to be fertile as far as I can tell. Currently I’ve moved the few eggs into a floating container in the tank with an air stone. I’ve never raised corys from eggs so I’ve tried looking into it a little bit for what I’ll do once they’re hatched (fingers crossed they do!) and I’ve heard that as far as breeder nets go, they can get stuck in them and they don’t seem to be the best quality and as far as breeder boxes go, they tend to escape through the holes. So I was wondering, once these guys are hatched and ready, I’ve got a tank with endlers and cherry shrimp, could I put the newly hatched corys in that tank? I feel like it’s the best option I’ve got as far as tank mates and I don’t really have the option atm to set up a whole new little tank for them. Do you think they’d do alright with some endlers and cherry shrimp until they’re big enough to go back into the bigger tank with their parents? Thanks for any help!