So my Bolivian rams beed, surprisingly considering the male refused to pair with the female. He still hasn’t paired with her however, and pretty viciously attacks her whenever she gets anywhere remotely close to the eggs. In fact, he attacks her whenever he sees her. My tank is pretty densely planted and decorated around the bottom, so there aren’t many lines of sight fortunately. Tonight I caught them fighting for a minute straight, with their black spot and stripe particularly dark. They weren’t stress colored, and were pure white, while their black stripe and spot, along with their fin and belly colors were much brighter. This was also unusual because where the male is defending his eggs and fighting the female isn’t her territory, before this she’d keep to the other side of the tank. The male would go where he wants and chase her if he felt like it, jt she always had places to hide. Now she seems to constantly be trying to go near the eggs, and gets attacked. Anything I can do or should look out for?