She is acting like she is chewing on something and has also been hanging out at the back of the tank (180 gallon) head down on a bubble tube I have back there. I was thinking maybe she was oxygenating the eggs? I've been trying to read up on mating behavior to see if its normal for one of my males (the one that disappeared with her) to look kind of beat up, but all the info I can find is just very general and doesn't go into specific behavior, especially where the males are concerned. He looks kind of raggedy, hangs out at the top some of the time and is looking thin, but sometimes he eats and swims like normal. The rest of the time he seems like he's in hiding with the female. I'm also wondering if my original plan to let the female release the fry into the tank is OK. I'm not really interested in raising the fry but I don't want the female to get stressed out by other fish trying to eat the fry. I have almost 400 lbs of reef rock in the tank with lots of hiding places and right now I only have 3, 5" males, the 4" male that isnt looking too great, the female, and 5 small fish ranging 1"-3" in size.