I got home from another week at work (short one thankfully) and looked in my downstairs community and noticed little "balls" on the tank wall. I have five albino cories (I keep trying to up their school but everytime the new ones die, i believe i have one or two males and three females) and more of these eggs have shown up, I do not believe it is the neon tetras because they scatter their eggs(? right?) and mine have not been showing breeding behavior, though my cories have been more active (they were well fed before i left, so i'm leaning towards them being their eggs). Is there any thing special I should do for these eggs? I don't think most of them are viable because most of them have been pretty much clear. I also don't have the extra tanks the babies can go in, would it be best to let "nature takes its course"? I am a little surprised at these because the tank is a little warmer (78), I didn't know that they would breed at warmer temps. I also rescued eight new baby swords tails that are clear and eyeballs and that is about it. I almost didn't see them, but I noticed something darting around and looked closer. They are now with my guppy fry as they are close in size and that tank has a ton of cover (it is beyond jungle but none of the plants, or fish, seem to mind). I believe I would be leaving the baby cories that hatched with the parents until I would be able to rehome them, that way I know they get the same food as the parents.