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Re: [Killietalk] Re: Hatching BBS eggs
I have hatched BBS both ways. If I need just a few BBS, the tray method
(or shoebox, or Petri dish, or...) is easier and more economical.
If one needs more nauplii, then the "reactor" method (hatching cone,
inverted bottle or jug, etc) is the way to go. It all depends on what
your needs are.
Kris Laats wrote:
> Can anyone explain this method? The aka beginner's guide briefly touches on it, but it's not entirely clear to me. Is there any disadvantage aside from hatching less bs in a given amount of water?
> "I know a guy that hatches them in a 1g plastic shoe box. Totally foreign concept to me, and yet there they were, a sworm of bbs congregating near a corner of the shoe box, with many more unhatched eggs spread out in the bottom of it. He said that is how he has done it all his life (he's in his 70's)."
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