A week ago my corys laid eggs (like every year...) and this time they hatched! I was obviously not ready, as I have kept Corydoras for 10 years and it is the first time the eggs are actually fertilised. They are a week old today, I have around 70 of them and I lost around 10 on the first week. I have them in a plastic container with around 2'' of water, 1 ball of moss and 1 small Anubias with an air pump but no filter. I bought a plastic hatchery, but they are still too small for it I am just looking at small second hand tanks right now, as I am afraid of infections. I will go to my lfs after work and buy a netting hatchery if I cannot get a tank, anyone has any other ideas? I have been feeding them twice a day with JBL NobilFluid and yesterday I tried to crush flakes and drop them with a bit a water in the tank, but I am not sure they are eating at all... They do move when they feel the food and they don't look "empty". If I compare the photos from the first day to the photos today I can see that they are obviously growing, but I don't know if I am starving them or overfeeding. I will post some photos as soon as I have them sorted out Any advice at all will be highly appreciated!