So far the newborn burdigala fry I took out of their parents' tank and put into a bucket, seem to be doing alright. They are still consuming their yolk sacks but are hanging at the surface and not sinking or anything.
There are a few unhatched eggs in with them and as I was doing my torch scan to check over the fry, one of them moved and I can see eyes on a couple others! Hopefully these ones will hatch as well and be alright without dad to care for them.
Never tried to raise fry this young without dad being in the picture but didn't want to risk losing them. My wild-caught pair ate their lot.
My palangkarensis dad is still caring for his eggs and they should be hatching out soon.
Moved my rutilans pair back in with their adult offspring as I have enough rutilans growing out so don't need to be concerned with them spawning. I rarely saw the parents/adults when they were separated. Now they are together I am seeing a few fish out and about all the time.