Vendeur: piwakit1230 (8.003) 99.1%, Lieu où se trouve: Whitley Bay, Lieu de livraison: Europe, Numéro de l'objet: 371788170240 Type: Eggs, Water Type: All Water Types, Suitable For: Betta, Les Détails: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU ARE BUYING 90% HATCH RATE EGGS, NOT INFERIOR 80% STUFF LIKE OTHERS ON EBAY ARE SELLING & THERE ARE NO SUCH PRODUCTS AS 95% HATCH RATE. I COULD BUY 80% EGGS AT A MUCH CHEAPER PRICE FROM CHINA, BUT AS I USE THEM MYSELF, I WANT THE BEST. CHECK OUT MY FEEDBACK, CONSISTENT PRAISE FOR EXCELLENT HATCH RATE!!! PLEASE NOTE; In answer to recent feedback left in ignorance, there may be a minute amount of naturally occuring salt residue with the eggs. This is left over during the drying process. Brine shrimp live in salty water! You will still need to add salt when hatching. Freshly hatched brine shrimp are the ideal first food for most newly hatched fish fry due to the fact that their movement attracts the fish. Where as flake food & even “Liquiefry” are often ignored.The critical time for fish fry is the first couple of days after hatching. Newly hatched brine shrimp if fed to the fry soon after hatching still have their egg sack attached & this is the finest fry food available..These eggs have an 90% hatch rate & will hatch out after 24 to 30 hours. THIS IS A NEW DELIVERY RECEIVED September 2016 & are kept refrigerated. Check with other sellers how old their stock is!As a fish breeder myself I get through a lot of these eggs so I buy in bulk. I use them daily so I know they will hatch if you follow the instructions.I always obtain proof of posting. All items normally posted within 24 hours of payment, please see feedback comments. Please check out my other items for fish keepers & thanks for looking BRINE SHRIMP INSTRUCTIONS PLEASE ENSURE THAT ON RECEIPT YOU ENSURE THAT THEY ARE KEPT COOL AT ALL TIMES, PREFERABLY REFRIGERATED. If you follow the instructions, you will not be disappointed. As a fish keeper, I myself use these eggs, so I know they will hatch.This link will give you more than enough information to win Mastermind; specialist subject, brine shrimp. Number 7 is the one for making a hatchery using a plastic milk carton which separates the eggs from the shells. I myself use a hatchery made from a 2 litre plastic pop bottle. You will find out how to make one on Youtube. www.thekrib.com/Food/brine-shrimp.html If you can’t be bothered to read up, I will summarise the instructions.Obviously if you have a lot of fry, hatch out more eggs at a time? WRONG! They only take 24-30 hours to hatch if kept warm. When feeding to fry, they need to be consumed fairly quickly, before the shrimp absorb their egg sack. After 24 hours their nutritional value decreases.Put 1 ltr tap water in clear container (pop bottle is ideal.)Add 1 table spoon salt. (If you have some in a cupboard, add a pinch of bicarbonate of soda (baking soda) Although not essential, it raises the ph of the water.Place in strongly lit & warm place.Aerate WITHOUT an air stone to keep the eggs in suspension, (Small bubbles from an air stone attach to the newly hatched shrimp & kill them.After 24-30 hours (depending on temperature, but best hatch rate after 30 hours) strain through a fine sieve (kitchen paper is ideal) & dip into tank. P.s. there are some great videos on Youtube showing how to make brine shrimp hatcheries from pop bottles, like the type I use.