Hey people, I am thinking of adding some Dario dario (1 male and 2 or 3 females) into one of my communities, currently consisting of 20 Danio rerio and some shrimps. My Danios are very peaceful but (like probably all) extremely curious, fast and greedy. I'm sure the zebras wouldn't do any harm to the scarlets and wouldn't care much about them after a few hours of curiosity. What I am not sure about is if the Darios would get enough food (without me constantly overfeeding the tank). I've read that they are more of a retreating nature while the/my Danios are bold as heck and would probably take food form a predator's fins. Since I've never had Dario dario, I don't know how to exactly understand "retreating". My Amano shrimps should be retreating, too. But they've learned to swim upside down at the water surface to catch fish food (flakes, dried daphnia). Sometimes I feed tabs - the Amanos gang up, push back the Danios, take the tab and swim with it into a cave. Does anyone have experience with both of them? Or with the Dario dario in a community with other boisterous fish? Can this community work? The overall tank conditions like water and temperatures fits for both of them. It's a 150 liter/40 US gal. tank. pb.