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San Francisco Bay Brand ASF65031 Brine Shrimp Eggs Vial for Baby Fish and Reef Tanks, 6gm

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  • Brine shrimp egg vial is designed for baby fish and reef tanks
  • Contains beta carotene a natural color enhancer, high levels of lipids and essential unsaturated fatty acids required for biological processes
  • Stimulates good growth and enhances the color of the fish
  • Perfect for small or baby freshwater fishes, small saltwater fishes, saltwater invertebrates and corals
  • Available in a 6-grams carded vial
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San Francisco Bay Brand brine shrimp egg vial is designed for baby fish and reef tanks. It is highly notorious and excellent for fish and reefs. Brine shrimp contain beta carotene a natural color enhancer, high levels of lipids and essential unsaturated fatty acids required for biological processes. Stimulates good growth and enhances the color of the fish. Perfect for small or baby freshwater fishes, small saltwater fishes, saltwater invertebrates and corals. Available in a 6-grams vial.

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  • Product Dimensions: 1 x 1 x 1 inches ; 0.2 ounces
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  • ASIN: B007PGPLXS
  • Item model number: 945650315
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (87 customer reviews)
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Every day I have a new batch.
Jean1960
Very high hatch rate i am very satisfied.
Patrick
Good eggs with decent hatch rate.
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190 of 193 people found the following review helpful By Toiletboob on January 16, 2013
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Hi I have tested this product twice before writing this review. Good eggs with decent hatch rate.

This is a 6 gram vial of brine shrimp eggs as described and in the picture, it seems like a small amount but it is definitely a lot. This will feed my 5 tetras and baby bala shark for many months. It only comes with the eggs, you will need a few other things that aren't hard to find. Okay, Lets get started.

The directions on the back tells you to use WAY too much brine shrimp eggs at once. Keep in mind if you do not feed the brine shrimp they will die within a couple days so you want to hatch as much as you would use in a day or two. I have done the math and lowered the measurements to 1 cup instead of 1 quart. The way I set up my hatchery is simple.

You will need a glass jar. Inside you will put:

1 cup of Tap water or Tank water. (I used dechlorinated water from my fish tank.)

1 pinch of baking soda to buffer the pH of the water.(This will help improve the hatch rate of the eggs.)

An air pump WITHOUT an airstone.(Use the end of the tubing and place it at the bottom of the jar.)

1/4 of a teaspoon of eggs. (Doesn't have to be exact, can be a bit more or less you would still get a good amount of brine shrimp)

For the salt you will need 1.5 or 1 and a half teaspoon of [NON-IODIZED] kitchen salt, sea salt, or aquarium salt. (I used Non-Iodized Sea salt. These salts will increase hatch rate compared to [IODIZED] table salt).

You want to keep the water at 80-85 degrees this will make them hatch faster. You might have to get creative here, You can try and find a way to get your hatchery secured at the very top of the water in your tank so your heater will do the job for you.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Samantha A. Fleming on December 31, 2013
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I should make sure to be clear- I live in the country and my water comes from a well so I didn't have to treat my water in any way to hatch these.

I ordered the bring shrimp and they arrived two days later. I filled a quart mason jar with water and put about a tsp of eggs in. An hour later I added about a 1/2 tsp of Kosher Salt and then I stirred it up a little. I didn't add an air hose or anything else. I left them sitting on my counter and this morning (Tuesday) I decided to check them and to my surprise almost all of the eggs had hatched and there is about a thousand tiny little shrimp moseying around. I decided to add a short video showing them. i got these instead of a "sea monkey" kit to let my kids watch. My only problem now is finding some food for them since I don't intend to feed these to a fish.

Note- if you are feeding them to fish you need to feed them within 24-48 hours or they lose all their nutritional value. The reason they are great food for fish is in this initial time period they have a yolk sac that feeds them therefore feeding your fish as well!

I would definitely recommend this product! They are super easy to hatch and my kids are getting a kick out of watching them hatch.
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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful By jschristian44 on January 21, 2011
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The package you get looks way different, but all the baby brine shrimp are there. 6 grams is a ton more than I expected. There is enough in there to supply a newborn fry up to their adulthood.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Mkey on September 27, 2012
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Used this with a brine shrimp hatchery product and they came to life quickly. Fish very happy. These are a great supplemental food source for my fish, when I am away and cannot feed them on schedule.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Alex Baranowski on April 10, 2013
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GREAT GREAT GREAT GREAT hatchrate!! all u gotta do is throw together tap water, aquarium salt, put in an air bubbler and add some eggs to a container and within 20-40 hours u will have hundreds of these little guys swimming around, and adding pieces of algae wafer helps them grow bigger and this is a really great product!!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Pen Name on May 28, 2013
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Ive been ordering these for the past 2-3 years, hatch rate about 80-90% success rate. Prefect for my new born fishes. Definitely ordering these for as long I have aquarium fishes (forever) lol. Thanks Amazon. Fast shipping.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jean1960 on February 14, 2013
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First time I tried a batch using the product's instructions, had little luck. Then I saw the instructions listed in a comment here. When I followed this, had a big hatch rate. My fry and adult guppies love it! It's fun to watch them chase the baby brine, and it's good exercise for them. Every day I have a new batch.

I didn't have another heater, so I bought a large plastic measuring cup with a wide handle from the local dollar store. I put one air hose in it, used a rock to hold the air tube inside the measuring cup, added 1 cup water from my cycled tank, added 1/8 tsp eggs, mixed it up, then hung the measuring cup on the inside of the tank wall. Turned on the air, let it run for an hour, then add 1 & 1/2 tsp uniodized table salt. Make sure the tank cover is on.

Let it run for 24 hrs. Turn air off, remove measuring cup (leave air hose in) shine flashlight on side of cup for 15 min, use turkey baster to suck out brine, squirt into coffee filter placed on cup. After water has dripped out, swish coffee filter in tank to remove brine. Pour water from cup back into measuring cup, add 1/8 tsp eggs (no salt) put back in tank and in 24 hrs -more brine!

This way I use the heat and air hose from the tank. Works great and only cost an extra dollar!
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