Hey all, I was able to find some chili rasboras at a LFS, but they were TINY. I was hesitant about taking them home since they were still so small, but I had been in search of them for a while so I went for it. I have an established qt setup and appropriately sized food options, so I figured I would just keep them in the qt a little longer until they were closer to full grown before putting them in the display tank. They had 10 of them (possibly more, but they were really difficult to see in the tanks since there were other fish and plants in the tanks as well), so I took all 10. When I got home 1 was already going sideways and just barely moving, then another 3 died that evening. Lost another 2 overnight, and then 1 the next day and 1 the next evening, which leaves me with two. They made it through the night, but neither of them ate this morning. They both look well though (besides not coming to the top to feed). I called the store about it and found out they had just gotten them in the same day I picked them up, which means they had only been in their tanks for an hour or two before getting pulled out and transferred again to a new home (I should have thought to ask about that before, I know. Also, they had gotten 15 of them in, but they aren't sure if the other 5 sold or what because they don't see them in the tank). I guess my question would be, when getting nano fish as juveniles, what is the best practice for ensuring they survive? 2/10 survival rate wasn't what I had in mind for these guys. I've never had a mass die off like this. Would going through an online distributor be the best route so that it's direct from point A to point B, rather than A to B to C? Is there anything else I should be doing different for these tiny guys (compared to juveniles of other "larger" species like cherry barbs, carydoras, etc)? I can't find these guys at any lfs within 50ish miles, and the online distributors generally only sell really young juveniles. Should I give up on them and look at other species, or give it another go with an online order?