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I agree, there is no point in removing them, unless the tank is very overstocked with potential fry predators, or other fish in the tank are getting hammered by the parents. I am sure these will be good parents and it is much more interesting to keep them with the parents and observe how they care for the fry. If you remove them they will most likely spawn again very quickly. They will start to need food as soon as they are free swimming, a few days after hatching.
 
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