I've seen my cleaner shrimps with eggs numerous times, but never seen the fry hatch. Tonight, I wandered past with just my moon lights on, and noticed my bengai cardinal going nuts. So I took a closer look and saw hundreds of tiny white particles in the water. Then I noticed they were not just drifting in the current, but twitching about too. I could see that they appeared to have a head and tail. I scooped some up in a cup and took a look and could clearly see two little dark eyes at the front. They 're really too small to identify, but I'm guessing they are shrimp fry. They could be clownfish fry, as I have a pair of them too, but I know my skunk cleaners produce eggs regularly, so I'm putting my money there.
I've read it's pretty hard to raise the fry of skunk cleaners, so just going to let nature take its course.