30 gallon setup, can't have two females?
So I recently setup my 30 gallon. Fairly heavily planted, or once the stuff grows more it will be. Going to have a large piece of driftwood in there soon.
I was reading on here, because I want to have more fish obviously LOL, that you can't or shouldn't have two females together, unless you have 4 or more.
I was at Petco, and they had their female bettas in with other schooling fish. I noticed two females together in a tank full of loaches and angel's. They were only $3 a piece, and I decided to take them. Figured they were in a tank with other fish already, so they must be used to it, and they were in together so they must be use to each other.
I have had no problems right now, but I just want to make sure I am not setting myself up for failure. Honestly, they get along quite well. They not only do their own thing, but often can be seen swimming together, almost like a school of two fish LOL. I haven't seen any agressive behavior or nipping.