I had the bright idea that it would be cool to get some fairly easy-to-breed cichlids for my 4-year-old to watch. I've kept cichlids for years, and only twice have I had any breed. So, I purchased 3 jewel cichlids, just trying to get lucky, because I can't tell the sex. At the same time, I purchased a male and female black convict. As luck would have it, they laid eggs within a couple of days of each other, Jewels first. Now, I have, starting today, swimming jewel fry, and still immobile black convict fry. What's going to happen here? I do not have another tank to move any of them to, so that's not currently an option. If they had laid their eggs on opposite sides of the tank, I would put a divider, but the jewels are right smack dab in the middle of the tank, while the convicts are on the right side.