She may of filled with eggs, but neither are near ready to breed and to be healthy after breeding.
Look through the stickies, do some research, compile a list of what you need, and your goals from breed. Realize it can and often does cost about $500+ start up to breed one pair and to raise the babies successfully, etc. Also keep in mind you will spend hours a day on water changes, increase in electric/water bills, etc.
Just because she showed communication stripes (not just used for breeding.. just a word people use to describe them), doesn't mean she is eggy, nor ready/wanting to breed. My females to that to my males and they would rather kill the male if given the chance than to breed. The stripes are just communication and we don't know they are meaning with them when they show them always.