I doubt it will work, neons are bright and easy to see, many fish just cant resist them, but they are also cheap, so you could always try a fewJudazzz said:Just get them as small as you can, and it might work. I've heard stories about people keeping small tetras with their rhoms, and I think the smaller you'll get them, the less interested your rhom will be in them....
I'd give it a shot: neons are dirt cheap anyways, and if they disappear, you're rhom had a nice gourmet meal
I would agree with this statementinthedark said:Rhoms are generally solo acts. A school of tetras will be seen as little more than a buffet
LOL. It doesnt hurt to give it a try though!DAZZA said:I bought about 20 or so zebra danios to put with my rhom. The thinking was that they might shoal causing the rhom to get confused and that they were too small for the rhom to bother with. Wrong on both counts. It ate half of them before i gave the danios to a friend. Have you seen how fast danois are, not fast enough.