I don't know whats going down but LOTS of hormones in my community tank lol!! I discovered my Blue dwarf gourami nurturing what I now know ( cheers google!) to be a bubble nest, ( who knew I had a female? thought both were males!) The nest has successfully hatched little free swimming fry today which I VERY carefully transferred to a waiting cycled tank with low level water and no filter as advised... I am culturing some lettuce in a jam jar for food!! :;rocker Anyway - so I decided to do a water change in the main tank having removed the bubble nest from the (now very aggressive) gourami and his tank mates who were all cowering in a corner, but I then discover ANOTHER amazing thing...! My female golden ram and male German blue ram are both taking turns guarding a flat leaf full of eggs!!!!!!!!!! I didn't think they had paired off but they obviously have done!! Can they successfully rear a hybrid bunch of fry? If so what are the chances of them surviving in the community tank? ( 2 dwarf gourami, 3 clown loach (baby) 5 neon tetra 3 khuli loach and one Dr Evil shrimp) The main problem right now seems to be The Rams versus the Gourami - Rams have the left side of the tank and Gourami the right side...Will Gourmi now build another nest do you think? He has a floating plastic lid and he seems to be gathering things already... Feeling pretty cool that my tank is breeding although I didn't expect it!! But really would LOVE them to survive!