Thought I'd share this with people that might actually appreciate it So about two weeks ago my ram pair layed about 50-100 eggs, none of them hatched though and the rams slowly consumed them all as I assume they went 'off'. But I've read that this is normal the first couple of time. Any way, I've noticed my one oto was bursting at the seems this last week and was worried, as I thought it might be an infection or something. She (as I know now that it is indeed a she) was still eating well though ect. I was sitting and watching them now (as I mostly do when I'm 'studying') and the two smaller otos were chasing the fat one around. Then I suddenly realized I recognize this behavior from my corys. Wasn't long after that, that I saw them in the famous/infamous T-position! They've been at it for about an hour now and I'm suddenly finding the small eggs everywhere under plant leaves (mostly anubius and vallis). Any way, any one else have success with these guys? Anything I can do to try and help the eggs hatch/fry survive? Although I'm probably guessing my corys will find the eggs sooner or later. Now it's only the panda corys that need to spawn! (Their still pretty small though, maybe in a month or two).