As opposed to a post I made in the past about my male apistogramma panduro being aggressive towards the female, now the opposite is happening!?! The female chases the male and makes him hide behind the heater, the same way she did. Idk what to do, he is breathing heavily but looks fine otherwise. I heard this is a characteristic of when a female is guarding fry? There are definitely no fry in my tank, though. I feel really bad, they are growing a bit and the small tank is stressing them out. The only thing I've changed in the last few days was removing the big anubias and putting it in the bigger tank. I feel like the obvious solution is to move him or her to the big tank, but I've barely begun 'cycling' it, though there are signs of a bacteria colony. Yesterday, it had ammonia 0.25, nitrite 0.25 and I think nitrate 0.25 as well. Today, it seems about the same though there may be more ammonia and less nitrate. I'm actually doing a water change right now. What to do? When this happened before, it was breeding aggression from the male but then it went away after a few days and they started laying eggs. There haven't been any eggs for a few weeks though.