Well, the eggs that the pair of Orange Chromides were tending in the previous video "disappeared". But another pair that had laid eggs at the same time further back in the tank had a successful hatch and are presently herding their brood around the tank. Here's a video of the pair and young. Interesting how the color of the male and female differ, one being bright yellow-orange, the other more silver gray.
This is one species that seems to have been ignored and/or "forgotten" in the fishkeeping world. I, for one am thrilled to have this species back in my fish room.