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Old 11-02-2013, 12:03 AM   #11 
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It's really personal preference. I used to have ten or eleven females living without issue in a heavily planted 10 gallon tank.

I have always found the more females I had, the less aggression I ran into. However, the long-term success of a sorority is always going to be dictated by your set-up and the females you select.

If you are going to 'overstock' a sorority, make certain your tank is cycled and the filter is able to handle the bioload. You do not want to be having ammonia or nitrite spikes in a sorority as that is when you start to run into issues.
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