Live micro fish fry food culture paramecium, Paramecia
EUR 3,96 Achat immédiat 29d, 14-Day Retours
Lieu où se trouve:Edinburgh,
Lieu de livraison: Worldwide,
Numéro de l'objet:272387755201Suitable For: Betta, Brand: home culture, Les Détails: Next day Live delivery guaranteed from day of dispatch. I dispatch the following day at 10am from day of your order. ALL ORDERS ONLY POSTED MONDAY TO THURSDAY Paramecia is an essential first food for newly born fish fry like Bettas, Killifish, Gouramis and other small fry from egg layers. Paramecia are the most common of the protozoans. They occur abundantly in waters containing decaying vegetable matter, since their food consists mainly of bacteria that decompose dead organic matter. A single Paramecium can consume 2–5 million E.coli in 24 hours. Paramecia are oval in shape and quick moving. They are barely visible to the naked eye, usually white or clear in colour , and can reproduce both sexually and asexually. When conditions are favourable, paramecia reproduce asexually by transverse division at a rate of up to five times daily. Paramecium are about 230 microns in size. You'll need a magnifying glass and hold your culture up to a light in order to see them moving around. You'll need to look for shimmering movement. They're very tiny and very difficult to see but your fry can very easily see them. Cultures are easily started and maintained. Many culture techniques and media recipes have been tried - I have provided the method the easiest to set up. I use chalkleys solution to grow my cultures.