Okay - so now that my worm issue is a bit more under control - I took a look at my female and my tank after class today and beheld a few tiny shrimp babies on the side of my tank!! I am so excited but I also don't know entirely how to care for these babies and don't want to kill them either. Luckily my filter is a shrimp filter and won't suck in my babies - however, I know they eat algae and seem to be content sitting on the tank walls. The one problem I know of is that I need to do a tank cleaning every week for a 25% water change and I don't want to suck up any babies by accident. Any ideas on how to go about this? I do have a gravel vacuum and a bucket but I really am afraid of sucking up the babies. The worms are harmless detritus worms so honestly I could leave them for a bit until the young ones grow up a bit so I don't risk sucking them up... but that is about the only thing I can think of.