Product: Hobby 21350 Artemia brine shrimp eggs, 20 ml
Instructions for use Eine Marke der Dohse Aquaristik KG
For the most convenient method of hatching artemia, all that is needed is a simple container. Fill this with one litre of tap water and add 32 g of artemia salt and one knife tip of artemia eggs. At room temperature, the larvae hatch after 24-36 hours. Good ventilation and lighting accelerate this process.
the HOBBY Incubator Set (Item no. 21900) also contains a basin (with an airlift tube) in which the hatched artemia can be further raised. The HOBBY Breeder (Item no. 21700) works without an air pump and is ideal when small amounts of larvae are occasionally to be used as feed directly.
HOBBY Liquizell liquid starter feed (Item no. 30900) and HOBBY Mikrozell (Item no. 30310) feed powder enable artemia feeding that is tailored to suit the species.
TheHOBBY Artemia Sieve (Item no. 21620) and the HOBBY Artemia Sieve Combination (Item no. 21630), featuring mesh sizes of 180, 300, 560 and 900 mμ, are indispensable aids for catching or rinsing the artemia.