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Re: Brine shrimp eggs
> << I have used eggs from all over the world & they can be a little more
> demanding to hatch.
> First rule is don't expect them to hatch in 24 hours. Some of the Russian
> eggs take 3 days to hatch. >>
> I found this to be inaccurate- I hatch Russian eggs in the same time as
> salt lake ones- they are just not as viable and many more empty shells.
Russia's a big place.
> The rumour going around is that two certain major suppliers from UTAH has
> been selling these eggs as American Eggs for the last 2 years and they
> the same way just lower percentages of viability.
I have also heard this in the UK.