vin said:The breeder net is a good thing. Unfortunately, chances are there may have been more as livebreeders generally give birth in bunches...Keep an eye out toward the bottom of the tank, around the base of plants and decorations for more. The little guys are great at hiding and will even burrow in the gravel to keep from being a snack......scoop them up with your net and add them to the breeder net.
You might also want to check your filter reservior as some fry get sucked up into the filter tube.
As for feeding it's very easy. All you need is:
1 Zip Lock baggie (small)
1 Wooden toothpick
Take a small amount of flake food and place it in the baggie.
Crush into a powder
Wet one end of the toothpick with tank water and gently wipe off the excess. You want to keep the toothpick moist and damp, but not dripping.
Dip the moist end of the toothpick into the powdered food in the baggie and then dip this into the breeder net.
Feed the fry 2-3 times daily until he reaches about 3/8" in length and can no longer be seen as a food source.
This should take anywhere from 3-5 weeks.