I recently started a 55 gallon central american cichlid tank with the intent to upgrade to a 75 or 120 at some point. While I intended to have 2 blood parrots with the group, I saw a terribly taken care of Polar Blue Parrot at this one of the shops I check every week so I decided to take her home and just have 1 other Blood Parrot. I’m assuming it’s a her at this point because as the weeks have gone on I’ve been introducing a gold severum, platinum angelfish, and electric blue acara after they’ve gone through their quarantine process in the different 10 gallons I have, it appears the gold severum and polar parrot have bred and the gold severum is the male. Aggression has been pretty minimal until the last few days, now the Polar Parrot seems to have laid eggs (I’m not 100% certain however there’s tons of brown dots on the inside of this skull) and chases down the acara or angel, but not the severum if they come near it. Also, the gold severum has random spurts where it’ll chase down the acara, which almost concludes that the severum is the one breeding with the polar parrot. What should I do from here? I don’t really want to get rid of this Polar Parrot but I don’t want to cause all sorts of aggression as I still need to add my blood parrot and some corys. Will the other fish just end up eating the fry? Will they just continue to breed? There hasn’t been any chase down or attack that’s led to torn fins or injury, so i’m not leaning towards setting up the Polar Parrots own tank, however I will raise the fry if necessary because I feel like that’s my responsibility as a fish keeper, let me know what you think.