Hi! I have a group of 5 (normally 6, one passed) three-lined corys in my tank. They are all full grown but I honestly wasn't expecting them to breed since they are in my fry tank and there's always lots of activity. I didn't think it would be a suitable breeding tank for them but apparently I was wrong, since there are now plenty of healthy eggs attached to my amazon swords. I'd like to try raising them, but I'm not sure the best way to go about it. I have limited space so I'd like to keep them in my fry tank if at all possible. They are in a 20 gal high with the 5 adults, around 25 swordtail fry (they are in the juvenile stage, around an inch long), 3 bamboo shrimp, 2 assassin snails, and 2 nerites. Decor is live plants, driftwood, and lava rock. Filtered with a sponge filter and heated to 78F. I do have a small aerated fry box that I could contain them in in the main tank, but I'd rather keep them where they are since I'm afraid I'd damage the eggs and plants trying to move them. Tips?