I've heard some people (not necessarily on here) say that an odd number of females do better than an even number. Is this true? I can't choose between these two females I saw at my LPS; I would just buy both but I already have four females in quarantine and I want to make sure I don't end up overstocking my tank and stressing out my fish.
Also, I'm starting the cycle of the 10 gallon they'll eventually go in. I have an anubias, an amazon sword, and plan to put some ludwigia and another plant in there. There are old mugs and floating logs for each fish to hide in. As I said before, either five or six females will occupy it once the cycle is done. How does it sound?