Nice, good to know others are doing well with these. I may have to bombard you questions in the future. I do have a few almond leaves in the tank for the shrimps. I'll have to start looking closely for more eggs ha.Good looking fry, I've always liked pandas. One of my group of corys have been throwing eggs regularly but I've been inducing them to spawn. I usually remove the eggs to their own tank but for the ones I've missed, I see fry underneath an almond leaf that I sunk into the sand. You might want to try adding a leaf or 2 to your tank for future fry. Leaf litter is great for little catlets. Infusoria grows on the decaying bits and fry can feed on that and have some hiding space too.
Just continue to give them clean water and a variety of quality foods. I use a good krill based pellet and my corys also enjoy earthworm sticks, brine shrimp flakes. Frozen blood worms, mysis shrimp and freeze dried black worms are great to condition them to spawn.
I used to have a growing colony of red cherry shrimp with my pandas. They ignored the shrimplets, but they were well fed too.
Just looked them up, really nice markings! Kind of reminds me of koi. I don't suppose you have any for sale do you?Don't have the pandas anymore. I have Duplicareus, very similar to Aldophoi's. I find that they go bananas and start laying eggs just before a good rainstorm.