My clown fish laid eggs
I noticed two nights ago that my clown fish, which have hosted one of my xenia corals, kept swimming on top of what i thought was just xenia coral that they kept on preventing from growing, since i saw the same thing a few month ago.
Today i realized that they are eggs, i looked them up.
I did some research and i saw that in order to get them to survive once they hatch, i will need to put them in a separate tank and have a special diet for them.
My question is, is there anyway to keep them in the mail tank if i purchase some sort of confinement thing?
I have a 90 gallons with a good amount of soft coral, but not too too much. i have a pink goby, six line wrasse, melanarus wrasse, yellow clown goby, and a blue eye tang.