Fairy Brine Shrimp (Anostraca) Triops Fresh Water Artemia + Moina Macrocopa Eggs **BOGOF - Special Offer - Buy One Get One Free!**

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Seller: Top-Rated Seller 91stacy (10.973) 99.4%, Location: Plymouth, Devon, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 382520137214 This is for fresh eggs! NOT LIVE SHRIMPNO INSTRUCTIONS AND 80% HATCH RATE and THE EXTREMELY CHEAP PRICE! PLEASE NOTE: THESE ARE EXTREMELY SMALL LIKE DUST PARTICLES AND WILL BE SHIPPED IN A SEALY BAG SO PLEASE HOLD UPTO THE LIGHT AND YOU WILL SEE THEM. AT FIRST GLANCE THE BAG LOOKS EMPTY BUT I ASSURE YOU ITS NOT AND AS THEY ARE SMALL. OPEN BAG VERY CAREFULLY AND POUR DIRECTLY INTO WATER OR WHEREVER YOU ARE STORING THEM. THE CAPSULE IS SIMPLY TO SHOW HOW I STORE THEM. Easy to look after, they live 8-12months and will breed! So this is an excellent starter culture, great for live food! Beautiful colouring! And can grow up to 2cm long! Great for kids experiments. Fairy Shrimp (Anostraca) Fairy shrimp is a kind of fresh water shrimp, they are also called as fresh water artemia. They live in non-salty water of temporary pools during the summer and the winter after its species. They swim ventral side up with 11 pairs of legs (22 total), and have two eyes, two sets of antennas. One set of antennas is on the head, another set is near the mouth. Male fairy shrimps have larger antennas than female shrimps, and some species use the antenna to grasp female shrimp in mating. The color varies by the species: red, red-orange, orange, green, blue, partially black and white. Vernal pool fairy shrimps are usually red, green and white, while dry lake fairy shrimps are red-orange, partially black and white; other colors can be found rarely. Streptocephalus is the most popular family found in Arizona. Usually, they live in vernal pools, the tail is red, and they grow up slower than other families. But one of the species live in dry lake grow up as fast as Branchinecta. Their size is between 3/4 inch to 1 1/2 inch. Live for about 3 to 4 months. Branchinecta can be found in both dry lakes and vernal pools. Usually they hatch out during the winter season, and live until the water dries up. They grow up very fast and produce hundreds of eggs per female fairy shrimp in a short period. Their size is between 1/2 inch to 1 1/2 inch. They survive up to 3 months. Thamnocephalus is a family name of beavertail fairy shrimps, and there are only two species. Beavertail fairy shrimp is the largest fairy shrimp in Arizona, and will provide the best look in your aquarium. They also grow up faster than any other species. Their size is between 1 to 2 inch, and survive for about 3 to 4 months in the best environment. The families have been distinguished by the shape of the antennas of the male as shown above. Their sizes and life cycles vary after their species in the same family. We named the shrimps with new names as we've found them, which are not scientific or common names Moina macrocopa (Daphnia like but better) Culture Eggs (Live Food for Fish)You are about to buy 10x EGGs of Moina macrocopa. You can google it. It is similar to Daphnia, but it is easier to breed and reproduce. This listing is for eggs which you just put into the rain water or other "soft" water and you will see first moinas in about two to four days. You will feed them with yeast and they will multiply and multiply etc. In a few days they will start to reproduce and you will have thousands of them to feed your fishes. Best food is live food. But not for that live food :D Once you will have live moinas, you will be able to multiple them easier and you can sell them too. The live moinas are pictured, but you will get EGGS Rotifers Eggs Alive Fresh Live Food for Killifish (Fish)Equipment needed: Culture container of about 1 to 5 liters, (can be plastic or glass). Size varies according to the amount of rotifers you wish to produce, the larger the container, the better the water quality will be and the more rotifers it can house and produce. Light source with a 8-10 watt size light bulb, can be a small desk or clamp lamp Plastic siphon tube for harvesting the rotifers, a ¼”/ 6mm clear plastic hose bought from aquarium shop or hardware store works well Declinator if your water has chlorine in it A harvest Sieve 37um Hatching procedure for rotifer eggs: Fill culture container with fresh DE chlorinated water (sterilized tank water) R.O. water or bottled water (70-80 degrees/ 21-26C) 77 degrees/ 25C is optimal volume of about 1-3 liters. Water from an established aquarium is not recommended since it could contain predatory infusoria that may eat all the baby rotifers as they hatch Sprinkle a small amount of rotifer eggs onto the water surface in the culture container allow contents to slowly absorb the water Shine the light on the cultures water surface at least 1 foot away for 24 consecutive hours (not necessary, if you start hatching early in morning between 8.00 am – 12.00 am)Great Salt Lake Artemia Aquatic Crustaceans Brine Shrimp EggsPLEASE ENSURE THAT ON RECEIPT YOU ENSURE THAT THEY ARE KEPT COOL AT ALL TIMES, PREFERABLY REFRIGERATED. Obviously if you have a lot of fry, hatch out more eggs at a time? WRONG! They only take 24-30 hours to hatch if kept warm. When feeding to fry, they need to be consumed fairly quickly, before the shrimp absorb their egg sack. After 24 hours their nutritional value decreases.Put 1 ltr tap water in clear container (pop bottle is ideal.)Add 1 table spoon salt. (If you have some in a cupboard, add a pinch of bicarbonate of soda (baking soda) Although not essential, it raises the ph of the water.Place in strongly lit & warm place.Aerate WITHOUT an air stone to keep the eggs in suspension, (Small bubbles from an air stone attach to the newly hatched shrimp & kill them.After 24-48 hours (depending on temperature) they will have hatched. Strain through a fine sieve (kitchen paper is ideal) & dip into tank. These are genuine Great Salt Lakes eggs, not low hatch rate Siberian eggs with a fake, home made label pertaining to come from a non existent American company, like other Ebay sellers are supplying. Please check feedback before making a decision!Freshly hatched brine shrimp are the ideal first food for most newly hatched fish fry due to the fact that their movement attracts the fish. Where as flake food & even “Liquiefry” are often ignored.The critical time for fish fry is the first couple of days after hatching. Newly hatched brine shrimp if fed to the fry soon after hatching still have their egg sack attached & this is the finest fry food available..These eggs have an 80% hatch rate & will hatch out after 24 to 48 hours, depending on temperature. THIS IS A NEW DELIVERY. Received 30th October 2018 & are kept refrigerated. Condition: New other (see details), Condition: comes in a sealy bag. they are very small like dust so bag will look empty on first glance. please hold upto light and you will see them. open with extreme care. NO INSTRUCTIONS!, Water Type: Fresh, Modified Item: No, Country/Region of Manufacture: Unknown, Custom Bundle: No, Bundle Listing: Yes, Type: Eggs, MPN: Does Not Apply, Main Ingredient: Shrimp, Brand: Unbranded, Suitable For: Betta

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