These fish are very frustrating, They'd spawn but the female kept eating the eggs.
So, with three females, and two males, I decided to try something kind of crazy.
I put all of them in my main tank. I knew the males were going to do something to show dominance. Note: I was watching them very closely, the whole confrontation lasted about 20 minutes. Also, 1 confirmed pair was put in, this will be kind of important in a bit. I acclimated the unconfirmed pair and added them to the 55, 1 female was already in there. I then acclimated the confirmed pair and put them in.
The Males immediately began to circle each other, they locked jaws and began to swim in circles. Eventually the one with the darker vertical stripes won and chased the other off. They tolerate each other, and haven't had any confrontations in 3 days. My guess is that it was just to prove who was superior.
This was the female of the unconfirmed pair, the females also locked jaws but their confrontation only lasted about 10-15 seconds. This is now, the new dominant female.
So, My original pair broke up, and now these are the dominant adoketas in the tank. Everybody is doing well, and living peacefully.
I'm hoping they'll pair off soon, they have already showed interest in each other, maybe this female won't eat her eggs