Sorry for the delay in answering. I've been busy. Your rack looks great. I'd look for more 10 gallon and 5 gallon tanks as you have the room. The rubbermaid dishwashing tubs are not good fry containers. Look at the Steralite containers at the Big Box stores. You want something close to 10 gallons and that you can filter and see through. If you need a pump to pump all this let me know as I have one you can have.
I hope the blue gularis are good. Mine are doing great. I have the male from Bob Meyer with the females from David Ramsey. Both strains look great so I am hoping for hybrid vigor. I hope you have mastered peat by now with yours. Gularis do breed better when mature -- 9 months -- and do need soft acid water for good fertility.
I'm breeding my kafuensis Nazhilla. I lost the whole tank of Mambova overnight. I have no idea what went wrong. They looked great -- robust. They were just dead. Same thing happened to 2 of the zonatus FINCA females which almost killed me. I have a reverse trio left and they are breeding. But back to the Mambova, my eggs from my fish are now ready to hatch and I will hatch them this week. These should produce alot of fry and all the colors. Wish me luck. I should be able to send you new fish early next Spring. When are your kafuensis eggs due? Are you ready to hatch them -- got all the bases covered? Don't risk the tiny fry with making do.
My N. symoensi are all sexed out. I must have 20 pairs. These are my favorite Nothos. I'm getting the red furzeri as eggs from Italy next Spring and maybe the new yellow location too. I might get a new rachovii location too.
I have around 50 baby Petenensis now all looking good. The velifera dropped by ate all but 2. I took the angels out so maybe their next batch will make it. I have one male velifera just sexing out that is huge -- HUGE. These mollies have bodies like bulldogs; they are chunky and massive. The petenensis are so peaceful. The males do not even spar.
The red picta do seem to be getting reddish on the body. I can't wait to see how it develops.
Glad to see you are going after the redworms.