Thank you very much! I usually feed NLS once a day. I had been feeding frozen bloodworms, daphnia, brine shrimp, and freeze-dried bloodworms and tubifex worms in the past, feeding one type of food once a day and rotating through. But, over the past few months I got away from that and just fed the NLS, mostly for ease-of-feeding.
Since I saw your post I started feeding twice, with NLS and one of the freeze-dried foods or frozen bloodworms as well, each day. I don't know if I'm looking into it too much, but it does seem like the female is more active and out more in the past few days.
I will also keep in mind to have slightly cooler water for water changes, and keep the tank around 82F. I do have a separate 10 gallon I can move fry to. If I get a couple spawns a year I'll be happy; so no need for multiple batches of fry frequently! I didn't think of moving them when they were that little, at the wriggler stage. I was thinking of waiting til they were free-swimming and a little bigger, thinking they would be too sensitive to move when they are that small. It sounds like once I see wrigglers, though, it is ok to move them?
55 gallon planted - Fish & Shrimp - Pair of Gold Rams, albino bristlenose plecos, school of neon tetras, school of praecox dwarf neon rainbowfish, australe orange killifish, yellow kimono killifish, amano shrimp, bamboo shrimp, and a cherry shrimp colony. Plants - Dwarf baby tears, vals, guppy grass, moss, narrow-leafed java fern, amazon swords, anubias, and crypts