For those of you who remember I had this thread before the forum decided to go kabluey on us. Twas a bit worried that my 10g tank was going to be over run with babies. Turn out to not be to bad, started out with 5 adult pygmy cories (Corydoras pygmeus), lost one, and by the time I had to move (Aug 31st this year) there were 9 adults in the tank to move. No babies to move thanks to a massive influx of pond snails eating the eggs. When I moved I decided to upgrade them to a 20g long tank since I was enjoying them so much, plus this way I could hopefully keep any snails from following along (so far so good....). New tank has a sand bottom, and I'm slowly replanting it, only just today got the filteration properly upgraded, and while I was sitting there admiring my work....I saw more babies!!!!! and this time there are definetly tons of them!! (the red & silver thing in one picture is the base of a floating thermometer....just to give you an idea of just how tiny these guys are!!) The adults have only been in this tank for 3 weeks so the largest of the bunch is less than 3 weeks old, the smallest (and I didn't get a picture of the smallest, they moved to fast!!) are less than a week old.