Male cardinalfish has been slowly releasing babies over last 2 nights. It is increasingly difficult to get the babies out of the reef because of the growth on the coral. They love to hide in the acros, birdnest, and other stony corals. On Tuesday night as I was getting the babies out, the snails decided to have a mass spawning. The water was very milky. Last night I cleaned up the refugium a little to make it more presentable for the newest babies. In doing so I stirred up a lot of detritus. While I was looking for more babies, my BTAs started spawning. First time I have ever seen or heard of that being a thing. My anemone crab parked himself over the mouth of one of the BTAs and waved his little filter arms around slowly eating the spawn. I was able to save 11 babies over the last 2 nights total. with the 9 currently in there I am back up to 20 in the refugium.