So I have a ten gallon tank with one female Plakat Betta, a bunch of bladder snails, lots of live plants and natural decor, and a low flow filter, so all the necessities to house a ADF's comfortably, but I'm not are how many to put in my tank. If possible I want to get all females, because I know the males croak, and since my tank is in my room, that's not super ideal. Also, I know that ADF's have really bad eyesight, and can easily mistake things to be food, so do you think they will try to eat the baby snails? I am not too worried about the snails themselves, because there a lot in my tank, but I don't want the frog to hurt themselves trying to munch on a hard snail shell. I also know that because of there bad eye sight, it's helpful to feed them with a turkey baster, so if I were to use freeze dried bloodworms and maybe some sort of pellet, do you think they would go for it? I know i'm asking a lot of questions, but I just want to be sure they will thrive in my tank. Any advice would be great!