FEEDING FRENZY ACCESORIES
SEP-ART ARTEMIA CYSTS
- Requires Sep-Art Separator to work
- Brine shrimp eggs coated with a non-toxic magnetic material
- Allows for the complete separation of baby brine shrimp and unhatched eggs
- Easy to use, no need for decapsulation, 90% hatch GSL eggs
The Sep-Art Technology allows for the complete separation of the baby brine shrimp, shell material, and unhatched brine shrimp eggs (cysts) without decapsulation. Sep-Art Artemia Cysts (brine shrimp eggs) are coated with a non-toxic magnetic material. The cysts look normal, have a 90% hatch rate, and hatch using standard hatching procedures. The Sep-Art Separator Is required to separate the eggs from the shell material and unhatched cysts.
fish fry/larvae, small fish, reef aquariums, corals, jellyfish, seahorses, and more.
After hatching the Sep-Art Artemia Cysts, drain or siphon the nauplii and unhatched cysts into the Sep-Art Separator. The Separator contains a strong built-in magnet: hatched and unhatched cysts are trapped by the magnet on the bottom of the Separator. The non-magnetic free swimming nauplii are ready to use. Pour through a net, rinse in freshwater, and feed your fish or reef. Thanks to the gentle separation process, the nauplii are extremely viable. To hatch Sep-Art Artemia Cysts follow standard brine shrimp egg hatching instructions: in your hatchery add 1 liter of water (78-80° F), place an airline in the hatchery so it nearly touches the bottom, adjust the airflow to a steady stream. Add 2 tablespoons of rock salt, ¼ teaspoon of Epson salt, ¼ teaspoon of baking soda. Eggs will hatch in 24 36 hours.