Hello, I noticed this evening that my angelfish were chasing their molly and flagfish tankmates more often than usual. I then realized that they'd spawned on a leaf of the pennywort that I had just put in the tank a week ago. To my knowledge, this is their first spawn. They seem to be fertilized because they're amber/orange-ish. I would like to try to raise them but I can't decide which course of action to take. If I try to catch all of the other fish to move them and give the tank to the angels to raise them on their own, I'm afraid it'll just stress the parents into eating the babies. If I remove just the leaf to put it in a container with an airstone, it'll surely get blown around by the water constantly. If I remove the entire plant, the only thing big enough I have for it is a 10 gallon I use to grow out plants so it is dirted, capped with sand. Or I suppose I could put it in one those orange Home Depot buckets. I can't decide whether or not to try that-- to put the entire plant in the 10 gallon or the bucket-- or to buy an aquarium divider to sequester the mollies and flagfish to the other side of the tank. What would you suggest-- eggs into the 10 gallon planted tank or into the bare bucket, or get a tank divider to let parents have a crack at it? It's 1:00 am here so I could very well wake up to no eggs but I hope not.