This time instead of blocking off the sight they have of the outside world at water level, I blocked off all sides of the tank. I also, showed the male the mirror and he is ready again to start wooing her. They were just fed again, thawed bloodworms.
Well, let's put it this way... The bubble nest is no more, and they are living together in harmony o_o What. The. Heck. Seriously. Never had this happen. Both are content, swimming around together, no panicking, no fighting, nothing. Not even a torn fin. I may need to re-condition, or even use my experienced breeders to teach them -_-
I decided, to put up a divider to shorten the range of space that they have. I also introduced another male on the other side of the divider, and also borrowed a male's bubble nest (he had about 3 inches to spare lol). Since borrowing a nest last time worked, I figure it aught to boost something here. I also did a water change, adding in cooler water.
Edit: It seems to be working for the male. Every time he sees the female he has danced, flared, or chased her.
Last edited by Sena Hansler; 12-17-2012 at 09:05 PM.