I was just peering through my 40 gal odds and ends tank - heavily planted with plants in pots, bogwood and a tiny amount of sand to dust the bottom - and I noticed that my A. hongsloi II were guarding fry! What amazes me is what else is in the tank. There are approximately 10 adult hongsloi, 6 Taterundina ocellicauda, a breeding trio of Sturisoma sp., and 3 3.5" clown loaches! I hadn't been paying much attention to them. I generally feed the tank well, do water changes with an RO/tap mix, and ignore it. I was really using the tank to grow the honglsoi up. I was going to move them to try and breed them, and use the tank to concentrate on rearing some of the Sturisoma fry. I'm a little embarrassed that I didn't notice sooner!