Is your tank inhabitants up to date?
Honestly, as of right now I wouldn't do anything until you have the materials around to raise the fry. It takes a lot of work and dedication (not that you don't have it!) but I doubt you have sponge filters, fry food, etc. on hand right now. Chances are they won't make it too long anyways. Usually the fish just eat the eggs if left in the community tank because they feel harmed or other fish will eat them. Sounds as if you have a male and female there, but wait and see what happens to the eggs. Are they all sorta opaque or clearish, or white? White would be unfertilized.
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