Copepod Cultures  There are 5 products.

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    These hatchery stands are useful for setting up brine shrimp hatchery using plastic bottles. Cut the bottom off of a plastic bottle 2 liter or 1 liter. simply place upside down on stand, like the pictures show. You have an instant hatchery for brine shrimp eggs. Also this setup is great for growing culturing rotifers, Copepods, brine shrimp, micro algae...
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    Acartia tonsa is a pelagic (open water) calanoid copepod that offers new and exciting feeding opportunities for the marine keeper & breeder.Adults provide excellent food for Seahorses and corals, whilst the minute nauplii are especially useful for the cultivation of difficult to breed marine fish such as Mandarinfish & Pipefish.
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    Tigriopus japonicus offer a highly nutritou feed for the marine keeper & breeder. Adults provide excellent food for fussy eaters like Mandarin Fish, pipe fish, Scooter blennies and seahorses, whilst the minute nauplii are especially useful for the cultivation of difficult to breed marine fish such as Mandarinfish & Pipefish.
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    Apocyclops panamensis is a pelagic (open water) cyclopoid copepod that offers new and exciting feeding opportunities for the marine keeper & breeder. Adults provide excellent food for Seahorses and corals, whilst the minute nauplii are especially useful for the cultivation of difficult to breed marine fish such as Mandarinfish & Pipefish.
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    Parvocalanus crassirostris is a small, pelagic calanoid copepod. The nauplii (larval stage) are small, measuring in the 50-100 µm range, making them a suitable feed for small-gape larval fish. Copepodites and adults range in size from 100 to 400 µm.
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