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Old 05-17-2004, 02:35 PM   #11
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The tank parameters are okay.....No ammonia or trites. Nitrates are at 10....pH is at 8.3.
Ya your good. Just give them a little time. You could always try a few drops of garlic juice in their food. It can stimulate a feeding response.
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Old 05-17-2004, 03:14 PM   #12
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I use a flashlight and turkey baster. The baby brines are attracted to the beam of light shining through the tank and so collect in large numbers. Then use the turkey baster to slurp them out and into the main tank. You can drizzle the baster contents through a brine shrimp net if concerned about water parameters from the hatchery. Since the empty cysts settle to the bottom of the hatchery, very few if any make it into the main tank.

I also use a small air pump and airstone to keep the hatchery circulating. Not too much air flow though or the eggs collect at the sides of the hatchery.

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Old 05-17-2004, 03:54 PM   #13
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Ok cool
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Hey Sixline I was about to ask the same thing. I think the empty cyst float and the small baby brine stay near the bottom. Is that correct Snapcrackler? I wonder if it could be used for small dwarf seahorses? Anybody have sea horses?
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Ok the other way around.....cool. Brine go to the light and the cyst settle to the bottom
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