JBL ArtemioPur 40 ml
- Artemia eggs for the production of live food
- High hatching rate
- 1-3 measuring spoons Artemia eggs for 0,5 l salt water
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JBL ArtemioPur are pure Artemia eggs for targeted and dosed self-rearing of live food. Can be used with the related products ArtemioSal, ArtemioFLuid in the ArtemioSet from JBL, or as a self preparation in a clear vessel of your choice.
- High quality Artemia eggs for the cultivation of Artemia cancers
- Very high hatching rate
- 1-3 measuring spoons of Artemia eggs for 0.5 l salt water
- Simple application
- Protein (48.0%)
- Raw fat (5.0%)
- Raw fibre (1.2%)
- Raw ash (16.0%)
Please be aware that the bunch/potted variation of this plant could contain snails and other invertebrates.
JBL is a traditional German company with a very wide range of products for aquarists. From high-quality fish and shrimp food to external filters and water plant fertiliser, JBL offers a wide selection for aquarium enthusiasts.
JBL's research and development constantly brings new, innovative products onto the market. Whether aquascape, fish aquarium, shrimp tank with a scurry factor or a pure water plant aquarium in Holland style, JBL offers suitable aids for set-up and maintenance for all these directions.
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|Shipping weight||0,20 kg|
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The hatch rate of these eggs is absolutely horrible! Maybe 20% at best. It is so low that it renders the product unusable because it will fill the aquarium substrate with waste... (read more)
The hatch rate of these eggs is absolutely horrible! Maybe 20% at best. It is so low that it renders the product unusable because it will fill the aquarium substrate with waste from unhatched eggs.
I know its not my method since Ive successfully hatched eggs from Hobby in the JBL Artemio with a rate of around 95% every time. Ive stored them in the fridge, but this must be a very bad batch. Otherwise no one would buy them.