I've got 4 very happy yoyos who surprised the socks off me today. I have a fantastic piece of driftwood that floats unless it's weighted down, and has been just floating at the top for the last 5 or so days. It's all curved and a popular spot for my yoyos to lounge on. One settled itself into a neat little loach shaped hole that has a hidden cavity running off it. Its tail occasionally pokes out, and I have been watching it since yesterday saying, 'aww, cute' and other soppy things. Tonight, hub asked if this one was still in the hole, and I said I thought so. It was night and lights were off, so I got my trusty torch and we looked up into the hole to see a tail disappear into the cavity and reveal a neat pile of eggs!! I highly doubt I have made some groundbreaking leap in aquarium loach breeding, and this has happened often before the eggs are eaten or something. Information is so scarce though.