I am relatively new to fresh water aquariums. I have 2 aquariums and several fish, and several fish ideas. I'm hoping for some help/guidance/advice on how I can use the tanks and fish I already have and add the fish I want in the way that is healthiest for all the fish.
Here is what I have:
2 x 10 gallon tanks, planted, filtered, cycled
5 neon tetras
3 peppered cory catfish
1 panda cory catfish
1 mystery snail
**I had 2 panda cories, but one died. I have the survivor in with the 3 peppered cories, he seems to be doing OK but isn't nearly as active as the other 3.
Right now I have the neons in one tank, and the cories and snail in the other tank.
I would like to add:
another panda cory (since the remaining guy seems a little lonely)
a female betta to one tank
another snail for the other tank
I need some help figuring out if this is possible or if i'll be massively overstocking. The zebras I know like to be kept in schools, but can they be OK in groups of 3?
Tank A - 3 danios, 3 peppered cories, mystery snail
Tank B - 5 neons, 2 panda cories, female betta, mystery snail
Is this the best way to divide fish? If the zebras won't work, any alternative suggestions for sizeable fish (I love my neons, but they seem tiny) that would work better?