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mine predate. even though it's a deep tank, they hang right at the bottom, usually picking off cory feeding flotsam. the girls don't give them much of a chance though, feisty mamas that they are. i've read (on this forum, of course!) that the trifasciatus are a more sedate tank mate, no doubt other varieties too, but that's the one that stuck.
I had a very bad experience with N. beckfordi and L. dorsigera fry. Actually my N. becfordi molested every fish in the tank including the neon tetras and SAE's. But from what I read it is a matter of chance, some are very active and some timid. I would rather stick with a calmer species like N. eques.