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I am already experienced with male bettas, but females are tricky for me.
I want to start a female sorority and I have attempted to make one out of three bettas (one of them is a rescue due to it's horrible cup I bought her in).

Pepper, a red female, is the most aggressive and wont stop pestering and pecking Baybi, a smaller chocolate female. Snowflake, a white female, is in a separate tank until she is fully healed from clamped fins.
I know my tank is probably too small to start a sorority, since it is one gallon. I plan to buy a larger tank in the near future soon!

Could someone please tell me the best way to make them get along and recommended setup for a tank.

Baybi:
http://www.bettafish.com/album.php?albumid=29169&pictureid=184145

Pepper:
http://www.bettafish.com/album.php?albumid=29154&pictureid=184105

Snowflake:
http://www.bettafish.com/album.php?albumid=29177&pictureid=184177
 

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Thank you! :)
Is there anymore tips you guys can give me? I'm basically being thrown into cold water right here, this is all new for me with females.
 

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:) Thanks for the tips and goodluck on starting yours, savagebeautymnl! Right now I have the girls in their own containers since I don't have a 15 or 20 gallon long available right now.

I'm a bit wary now about starting my sorority, since I've been told it can end in disaster and dead or dying fish. I just might keep them in the same tank, but with tank dividers to keep them apart.
 
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