Been reading this thread and I was thinking "You're addicted?! What about me! I'm absolutely hopeless!" since I found a really interesting VT today >__<
Anyway, I would separate them and give them a break from one another. If you can put them in containers and add some aquarium salt and Indian Almond Leaf for infection prevention, float them in the tank. If you can get a breeder trap that hangs on the side of the tank, it would be better because the girls would still get used to one another but also get used to the tank without being in it. Girls will be girls though, and they will be fighty for a few weeks before settling down. I would remove a girl from the tank only if she's still extremely aggressive after that time period.
What I usually do when starting out with new girls is keep them all separate for at least two weeks, this way, I can sex them and watch out for any signs of illness.
/ Quill (Brown Tabby and White Pancake Monster)[/FONT]
Last edited by fleetfish; 06-18-2011 at 12:45 PM.