I siphoned free-swimming fry from the gold/blue JD pair on 12/14/09. Eggs were laid, I saw them 3-4 days ago. I've been expecting them to turn white since it hasn't been that long since the last spawn. The eggs are now wiggling. Apparently, they're fertile. The last spawn is still doing well. I'm growing them out in a separate tank atm. I'm guessing they'll be available for their new homes in May or June for any Fishlorians who want some. I'm guessing we have around 20 survivors atm. So, for my poor little "golden girl"-do I remove these fry when they're free-swimming and raise them or should I leave them in there so (provided they don't eat them) mama can have a break? What is best for her? I'm looking forward to seeing what their babies look like so I'd like to raise this batch, too, but I don't want her "overbreeding" and possibly shortening her life span? Yes, I'm a dork, but I REALLY want what's best for my fish.