Lets take a closed four manifold $M:=\Sigma_1\times \Sigma_2,$ where $\Sigma_i$s are compact Riemann surfaces. Now if $V$ and $W$ are Spin$^\mathbb{C}$ bundles on $\Sigma_1$ and $\Sigma_2$ respectively, then one can define Spin$^\mathbb{C}$ bundle on $M$ with positive Spin$^\mathbb{C}$ bundle defined as \begin{equation*} V_+\otimes W_+\oplus V_-\otimes W_- \end{equation*} and negative Spin$^\mathbb{C}$ bundle defined as \begin{equation*} V_+\otimes W_-\oplus V_-\otimes W_+ \end{equation*} In general the quadratic term in Seiberg Witten equation acts like this:

For positive spinors $\phi,\psi,q(\phi)(\psi):=\langle\psi,\phi\rangle\phi-\frac{|\phi|^2}{2}\psi$.

In the above situation for $\phi\in V_+\otimes W_+,$ I can understand $q(\phi)$ acting on spinors in $V_+\otimes W_+$, but as the spaces are perpendicular, I am confused about the action of $q(\phi)$ on spinors in $V_-\otimes W_-$. Is it the trivial action ($0$)? Can we say something about what kind of self dual two form it represents?