Ok! Will do! I'm trying to feed with Hikari Food Sticks for processed food. I was also thinking about buying some white meat fish at the supermarket and and cut it finely in hopes it attacks them and likes them!Perhaps let it run out of live food and offer it preserved food without starvation, just to see if it'll eat? It might take bloodworms or krill if they're added into the current so that the food swirls around.
Try soaking the sticks beforehand to soften them and seeing if he'll swallow them. If not, soak them in juices from frozen food and give that a try. If he's at least biting them, that's good.
Thanks you two for the advice! I got excellent news! Today the Pima ate food sticks for the first time! After several weeks of offering sticks daily it finally grabbed one and chew it and then swallowed it whole giving it a nice round belly This is a huge step guys! I'll keep you updated!Chop up some of the tilapia and soak the good sticks in the juices, persist with the foodsticks, ultimately it will eat one, then 2, and so on. Hikari foodsticks ime are the best to get Arowana to eat dry food, I'm sure it will work for pima's too
I guess you're talking 'bout the bony tongue and the bony roof of the mouth which they use to crush their preys! In that case I think it already have them.Awesome!
Do you know if one that size has the crushing plates yet?