Hello! I am Zack! I have a 29 gallon aquarium witha foam divider in it. It cannot be seen through. I lowered the water level and placed a 6-month old male betta on each side. I have 3 pairs of bettas total, all of 6 months of age and have never bred. I conditioned two females in their own separtate containers. I conditioned the males in their own half of the tank, too. I would flare them once a day for about 5 minutes. I have an indian almond leaf in each side of the breeding tank. I placed the females in breeder boxes in each halve of the male's tank. I went to school and came back and and the males and females were flaring at each other and both females had egg tubes out and one had vertical barring. The males had no signs of a bubble nest, and their are floating things in the water. I waited a while and read about bettas breeding without a nest, so I went and let both females out. The males are chasing them and the one has kept her barring. There is no spawning action yet and it is 30 minutes after they were released. The breeder I recieved them from said that virgin bettas are hard to breed because they have never bred before. What is my next move?