Yesterday I brought home three corydoras. It was a spur of the moment kind of thing. I've spent an evening and a morning with them and I already love them. I think I have their personalities figured out too. The two cories seem to be a couple, but the other cory seems to be the third wheel. I assume that he is the smaller male, if one of the couple is also a male. I feel a little bad for the loner, so I was thinking about buying two more.
I have a sponge filtered ten gallon, with three elodea plants, two java ferns, one giant anubias, and five Japanese moss balls. Currently I have four fish including my betta fish.
Do I have any space left for two additional cories? I wouldn't mind leaving the number at three cories for the sake of their health.
Thanks for your help-