Yeah, they've now moved to the other side of the tank, picking at the driftwood, cleaning it and the rock holding it down. Buggers even came up to attack the toothbrush I was using to clean up some algae. The tank, though, has ich at the moment, so I'm not holding out any hopes of a repeat performance in the near future. This may even be the reason that the first spawn was unsuccessful. The rams are CB, but everything else in the tank is WC. Blasted WC fish and different ich strains. I swear you could keep a two batches in separate QT for a year and not see a single spot, but put them together and WHAM! Being that I don't want to remove 50-60 fish to a hospital tank, and I have the plants and the shrimp, my treatment options are limited. Right now I'm using Kordon's Ich-Attack, 3rd day of treatment. After Day 1, about 10% of the previously infected fish were clear, clear fish were not infected, and infected fish showed less spots, some substantially less. After Day 2, uninfected fish remained clear, no new infections, no noticeable change in infected fish. We'll see after today what day 3 brings. Unlike a lot of "safe" Ich medications that many dub as "snake oil", Ich-Attack at least lists its active ingredient, Naphthoquinone, which definitely has been shown to have at least some antibiotic properties against viruses and protozoa, although only about half as effective as Malachite Green, Formalin, and Copper, all or some of which are NOT invert and/or plant and/or "scaleless" fish safe. So far, so good though, we'll see.