its basically 3 to 4 tablespoons of aquarium salt per L of water... (i would 1st check what it says on the side of the egg container before you mix it) Sera sells a pre-mix salt and egg mix... just add water... works greatNutritional benefits
The nutritional properties of newly hatched brine shrimp make them particularly suitable to be sold as aquarium food as they are high in lipids and unsaturated fatty acids (but low in calcium). These nutritional benefits are likely to be one reason that brine shrimp are found only in highly salinated waters with reasonable temperatures. This makes sense as these areas are uninhabitable for potential predators.
The nauplii, or larvae, of brine shrimp are less than 0.5mm when they first hatch. They eat micro-algae, but will also eat yeast, wheat flour, soybean powder, or egg yolk.
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