Originally Posted by CharStarr
Why is that?
Congrats! Like the above poster, the smallest a sorority should be kept in is a 10 gallon. And, only in a ten gallon you can have 4-5 females. In the five, ammonia will quickly rise and endanger your fish, and the females(who have to establish a pecking order) will have trouble swimming around and will turn on each other for the worse. Also, did you cycle your 10 gallon? Cycling is ESSENTIAL for tanks 10 gallons and bigger. If you do not cycle your tank, the ammonia,nitrite,nitrate and even ph levels can fluctuate(NOT GOOD) and ultimately kill your fish and frogs. Remove all the fish from both tanks until the females have a bigger tank and the 10 gal. is finished cycling.
Nice tank, just research a little more, and your all good!