Originally Posted by Gregcoyote
Didn't you mean rotifers? That's what I fed my baby brine with. Start with green water, then raise enriched rotifers off of that, then feed newly hatched brine with the rotifers. Wasn't aware anything ate diatoms.
From the article I posted....
"The preferred feed for artemia is cultured, live diatoms. A number of species have been used successfully, including Nannochloropsis
sp., and Dunaliella
sp. Providing live diatoms, of course, entails a duplicate effort commensurate with the number of artemia to be fed. As stated before, brine shrimp are continuous feeders and, at high densities, quickly clear water of diatoms."