Well the rams seem to like moving the wrigglers often lol. In the morning they were at the base of the beggest rock in my tank. Now they are near the top of it. Fish aside though. I am having major issues with hair algae right now
Pretty much most of the staurogyne has melted away under the algae towards the front of the tank. I want to use peroxide and excel dosing to kill it off because only the plants that were originally effected are dying. The algae isn't spreading to the healthy plants. Problem is, I don't want to dose the tank because of the fry. I don't know how wrigglers will take being dosed... So, I am waiting for the parents to either eat the fry like they did last time (morbid but...) or for the fry to become free swimming and hoping for the best.
On another note, I am waiting to replace this tank with another identical tank. I didn't write about it here but the tank has a pretty nasty chip in the top left corner, so I ordered a replacement tank for peace of mind. I was waiting for the plants I have to get settled in before moving everything over, but now I am not sure because of the fry. I guess once they are free swimming I could suction them into the new tank and hope the parents dont get stressed and decided on infaticide. Long story short, I am waiting for the fry to go free swimming.