Join Date: Jul 2012
Location: California, LA area
I'm assuming she either plans to get more females or keep the genders separate after this(one female with a bunch of males long term is bad for her, she'll get stressed).
The fry will be eaten if left with the adults, the faster ones may find hiding spots and live until they're big enough to not be eaten.
If they want to keep most of them alive, a 2-5 gallon tank/storage container will be fine to keep them in for 2 weeks or so(until they're too big to be eaten).
females can drop fry every 28 or so days, and can store sperm for months after being separated from males.