I agree with Byron,and Mikaila's views.
Relying on published works as opposed to opinion's, is always a benefit to the fish and the hobbyist as well.(less sick,dying,dead,fish)
Opinion's are useless for responsible hobbyist's interested in providing as near a suitable enviornment as a glass box of water can afford.
Example.. If I were to suggest that most accomplished hobbyist's, and recent literature suggest's that some fishes prefer soft acidic water, over hard alkaline water,out pops those who claim to keep them just fine in anything but what afore mentioned sources suggest.(usually not for long)
If current consnesus is that fish or fishes are not suitable tankmates for any number of reasons often mentioned in published books (hardly anybody does any research),, then out pops those who claim otherwise.(won't tell you how many they have lost,killed)
Opinion's are as numerous as blades of grass on a golf course, and while measured opinion's are a good thing,,it is wise to research several sources and form equally measured decision.
Profiles here with respect to fishes is as accurate a source as you are likely to find, and it would be to your benefit to include this info during your research.
Those who do otherwise,,aren't hobbyist's ,they are fish collectors, who over time/attrition, manage to collect hundreds of fish and kill many more. This I know to be true cause I was once one of those collector's.(says sheepishly)