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RE: Hatching brine shrimp
Misajegar at aol_com,
Not exactly sure of what components your setup consists of, but try either a
coarser bubble air stone or just letting the air bubble out from the air
line without any stone/diffuser on it. We need some aeration for the BBS,
but we can achieve that by circulating the culture with just an air supply
bubbling through the culture media. In other words, without an air diffuser
on it the air supply.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Misajegar at aol_com [SMTP:Misajegar at aol_com]
> Sent: Wednesday, November 07, 2001 8:11 PM
> To: killietalk at aka_org
> Subject: Hatching brine shrimp
> I've got an inverted liter-bottle brine shrimp hatching system (air
> up thru the cap)....
> How do you keep the eggs from being pushed up the side and left out of the
> water from the bubbles????? This would seem to be an awful waste of eggs.
> If I turn the air down so that the eggs won't be splashed onto the sides,
> there really isn't enough movement to keep it properly stirred
> on amount of air????).
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