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Re: [Killietalk] brine shrimp egg shells falling to the bottom whenhatched
Brine shrimp (and micro worms) are also pretty sensitive to copper.
Depending on the source water the town uses, we can get readings as
high as 7ppm. It took a few weeks for another fish friend and I to
figure out what was going on since he too was having problems hatching
Now we use distilled water and no more problems.
On Nov 27, 2003, at 12:00 PM, Erny May wrote:
Yes!. Eggs also seem to be more sensitive to hatching temperature.
I have found on a couple of occasions that temps over 84 resulted in
shrimp egg juice. Little annoyances that you have to adjust to.
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