So originally it was going to be my new girls in a 10 gallon (6 of them and yes with the water changes needed to make it work) but today my boyfriend bought me a 29 gallon I've been wanting that went on clearance. So I'm in the process of setting that up.
This gives me the opportunity to add more betta females to it, as well as possibly different fish. I already plan on a nerite or two in a few months, but don't know much about other types of fish.
So, firstly, I have this young female (how young I dont know) since the end of December. I'm pretty sure she's at least 6 months or more. These new girls I'm getting this weekend though are only about 3 months. I was wondering if the age difference would be a big deal if I decided to add her to the sorority (prior to the new tank, I was going to keep her separate to not overstock).
Also, assuming I don't want to just stock betta females, what other fish do well in a sorority tank?
And though this is my first sorority, I have done my research and am well prepared for it. I only want those initial questions above answered - thank you.