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    Sinking Carnivore Pellets or Massivore Delite?

    Discussion in 'Hikari Sales USA, Inc' started by Linuxman, Jul 12, 2011.

    1. Rob909

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      I was wondering the same thing.
      I’ll be watching! :popcorn:
       
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      I get the feeling there will be no reponse lol...;(
       
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      Yeah I’m disappointed there isn’t by now.
      I just realized this thread is from 2011 and HikariSalesUSA hasn’t been on in over 3 years.
       
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      I think they explained in a bit more detail somewhere on this site (also a few years ago) -- but basically they're saying Carnivore is better for faster growth in younger, juvenile fish, while Massivore is differently formulated (just slightly) to maintain size and health when adult sized. My young NTT Datnoid goes bonkers for Carnivore; at ~4" he could probably barely fit a Massivore pellet in his mouth, so there's that to consider as well.
       
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