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Re: Ouch! Brine Shrimp Eggs
Earlier in the year I bought their Tibet eggs at $39 per pound. Took a
risk and bought a bunch as they were not GSL eggs or premium grade. So
far they have worked out well. I have needed to add a bit more salt,
another day or so to the hatching time. They may also hatch at a cooler
temp as I don't heat my hatching water and so it drops down to 65-70 F
range in the fish room. Might want to see if they are from the GSL or
another source. There may be a bit of perfornace issues related to the
origin of the eggs.. Everyone I have talked to said 3 days for the tibet
eggs, 24+ hrs for the GSL or SFO eggs. I am sure there is a good
On Sat, 3 Feb 2001 Rjga at aol_com wrote:
> I bought BSD eggs and was unhappy with them. The hatch is not great, the eggs
> were packed in a plastic bag instead of canned, and the eggs seem to have
> some moisture based on their clumping. Next time I will try to find an
> alternative source at any price. I don't like these eggs.
> Robert J. Goldstein, Ph.D.
> Robert J. Goldstein and Associates, Inc.
> Durant Office and Industrial Park
> 8480 Garvey Drive
> Raleigh, North Carolina 27616
> tel (919) 872-1174 fax (919) 872-9214
> e-mail rjga at aol_com URL http://members.aol.com/rjga
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