Fry savers are great for a temporary solution. Get one that is big enough to house the cave and move the cave into the saver, this way the babies will be able to leave the cave safe and sound. In terms of what to do after that here is what i used to do.
Keep a plastic tub around. Fill it with water when it becomes aparent that you will need a temposry spot to keep the fry. fill it up and set it up like a normal tank (filter, heater etc). Let it cycle while the fry ares still in the fry saver in the main tank. When they fry are getting too crowded in the fry saver and the tub is cycled then move them over. then when the fry are ready to sell you can sell them and then shut down the tank. easy done
just a quick note! make sure you are careful with the plastic. I only recommend using plastic tubs to people who know what they are doing and are wise enough! the heater will melt the plastic if it gets a chance too so make sure your heater is held off the plastic and secondly make sure you use food grade plastic.
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