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baby fry and hatching baby brine shrimp

Hi all,
Recently my pair of kribensis have spawned (yeah!) It looks like I have about 30 babies. I have been trying to move them to a 20 gallon grow out tank, but with the plants it is more of a task that I have thought. I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions? the parents are spawing again and I don't want to take the chance of loosing any of my fry.

On a second note, I went to brineshrimpdirect.com and found some interesting hatching instructions. My husband and I had tried to hatch before, but nothing ever did. Thus my endevor into the decapsulating method.  I was wondering if anyone had any tips they could share in hatching brine? I have been feeding frozen spirulina brine shrimp. frozen blood worms, frozen mosquito larva and frozen daphnia. This is supplemented with crushed cichlid flakes and Spirulina flakes. They eat this quite readily, in addition to picking off whatever algae is growing on the plants.

Thanks in advance for the advice.

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