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Hatching Decapsulated Brine Shrimp Eggs

$12.95

 

Hatching Decapsulated Brine shrimp eggs. Buy Decap'd Artemia Eggs. Shell Free eggs Shipping.

Decapsulated Brine Shrimp eggs. Ready to hatch.

 

See Decapsulated Brine Shrimp Info for more information about our shell free eggs.
Great salt lake strain. These are 95% hatch rate or better. We use these eggs in our own nurseries. Eight liquid ounces is equivalent to 100, 1 teaspoon.

Our large bargain bottle now has the equivalent of 4 8oz bottles or quadruple the amount + you get Free Shipping.

You can use the cap on the bottle to measure. 1 cap is equal to one teaspoon. Keep refrigerated to last 6 months. 18 to 24 hours to hatch.
No more fussing with removing unwanted shells when hatching brine shrimp eggs. Decapsulated brine shrimp eggs are artemia cysts that the shell or capsule has been removed.

What is left is just the brine shrimp embryo, ready to hatch. They will hatch a little smaller because they don't have to grow and struggle to escape their hard shell. As a result, hatching decap'd brine shrimp gives you a baby shrimp, with all or most of its egg yolk intact upon hatching, so you get a more nutritious food item for your fish. These eggs do not float. They are not buoyant like regular eggs. Since they are decap'd they no longer have the natural buoyancy of the shell.

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    Hatching Decapsulated Brine shrimp eggs. Buy Decap'd Artemia Eggs. Shell Free eggs Shipping.

    Decapsulated Brine Shrimp eggs. Ready to hatch.

     

    See Decapsulated Brine Shrimp Info for more information about our shell free eggs.
    Great salt lake strain. These are 95% hatch rate or better. We use these eggs in our own nurseries. Eight liquid ounces is equivalent to 100, 1 teaspoon.

    Our large bargain bottle now has the equivalent of 4 8oz bottles or quadruple the amount + you get Free Shipping.

    You can use the cap on the bottle to measure. 1 cap is equal to one teaspoon. Keep refrigerated to last 6 months. 18 to 24 hours to hatch.
    No more fussing with removing unwanted shells when hatching brine shrimp eggs. Decapsulated brine shrimp eggs are artemia cysts that the shell or capsule has been removed.

    What is left is just the brine shrimp embryo, ready to hatch. They will hatch a little smaller because they don't have to grow and struggle to escape their hard shell. As a result, hatching decap'd brine shrimp gives you a baby shrimp, with all or most of its egg yolk intact upon hatching, so you get a more nutritious food item for your fish. These eggs do not float. They are not buoyant like regular eggs. Since they are decap'd they no longer have the natural buoyancy of the shell.

  • Reviews

    Reviews

    Jessica Frazer

    Hatching brine shrimp eggs

    So convenient, no mess of decapping myself. High hatch rate. Last for months in the fridge. Great product, worth every penny!
    Debbie P

    Brine decap shrimp

    This was as it says! Haven’t been able to get a lot of hatched brine until this purchase. Love it!!!!
    Greg

    Works as advertised

    I got tired of decapsulating myself and thought I would give this a try. For me the hatch time was similar to most but I don't heat my water. I presume it would be faster if my water was a little warmer. The hatch rate was a lot better than my home decapsulated shrimp. I was very impressed with that.
    Angie Jones

    hatching decapsulated BBS

    I received the 4 oz. bottle of decapsulated BBS that I ordered in about a week. It took a little longer to get than I was expecting, but perhaps they don't ship at a weekend. Not a biggie although it would be nice if that was stated when ordering. The shrimp seem to have a decent hatch rate although I wish there was a recommended suggestion as to the recipe of salt and suspended eggs to use per liter of water. I don't have a salinity measure as I am feeding koi fry, not a salt water system and I assume it would be a different amount of salt than with dry eggs since the eggs are suspended in a liquid solution. No mention of adjusting the pH on the instructions but I added baking soda. Overall this is a good product, much easier than decapsulating yourself and I will purchase again next year if I keep a spawn.
    Sherrie Jo

    First time and WOW!

    I had been decapsulating myself and got tired of it .. I am a first time breeder and have over 500 babies that are now 3 to 6 weeks old. Super fast shipping and mine our hatching at 10 hours in a 3 liter bottle. Ordering again because I know I can trust the brine shrimp to grow out the babies:)
    Michael

    Top Quality Product

    Product was even nicer than the posted picture - very Happy!
    John DeFranco

    A product you can trust

    I was thrilled with the quality, pricing, and delivery of this product - exceedingly clean with a phenomenal hatching rate at a significantly lower price unlike my previous "direct" source! My first experience with ANF and I look forward to continuing. Keep up the good work! John D.
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    Width: 3.00
    Height: 3.00
    Depth: 6.50
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