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Old 04-24-2003, 08:10 PM   #1
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Brine Shrimp

i kept some live brine shrimp in a container to feed my fish but then i am starting to notice some small brownish things in the water near the bottom. They are about as big as their eyes. I kept them and my fridge and they started appearing. I think they might be eggs. If they are how do u separate them fromt the shrimp and how do u hatch them.
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Check out this post for info on keeping and raising brine shrimp.
http://www.aquariumadvice.com/viewtopic.php?t=1090
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are brine shrimp the same thing as "sea monkeys"? just curious.....
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are brine shrimp the same thing as "sea monkeys"? just curious.....

Yes, they are! Exact same thing.
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in the topic it said plain salt no iodide. an i have some salt that is call morton salt and it says "This salt does not supply iodide , a necessary nutrient." So does that mean i can use it for salt.
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I believe so, but read the salt box one more time before trying it. make certain there is no iodide in it.
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how do i make a hatchery for the brine shrimp. i've separated the eggs from the brine shrimp and from the water should i keep them in the fridge as well ?
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