i have a group of 22 young duboisi's which have just started breeding -- 3 females have held, all at the same time, 2 of them for at least a couple weeks, so i'm assuming they released the fry, but I can find no survivors. there are also 11 utinta cyps in with them, and its a 60"x24"x24" tank they are in (for now), with 2 large pieces of holey rock and a few plastic plants. the cyps hold to term routinely, but i've never had fry survive. the pieces of holey rock have larger holes only. what do people use to give the fry places to hide -- a pile of smaller rocks with a few crevices? would i be correct to assume that once the fry have survived a few days or a week that the adults would be more accepting of them and less likely to eat them? anything else i can do to help fry survive, other than strip the females?