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Old 01-31-2018, 01:07 PM
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That was right after I catch him from prefilter he was on shock , now he is very active ,I was not able to get tiger pods last night I'll get it if J&L has in stock today. brine shrimp take about two days to hatch hopefully I can get him to eat today.
If you decapsulate the brine shrimp eggs (Google it) they will hatch faster. Also, if you set the container in your sump so the water is heated they will also hatch faster. Without doing any of this, you should get some brine shrimp hatching around 20-24 hours. If you heat the water and decapsulate, you can get them hatching in 16-18 hours. However, you do not want to feed brine shrimp exclusively or you will make the baby Cardinal susceptible to Sudden Fright Syndrome (Google it). Tigger Pods would be a good option since you only have one it won't cost too much.
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If you decapsulate the brine shrimp eggs (Google it) they will hatch faster. Also, if you set the container in your sump so the water is heated they will also hatch faster. Without doing any of this, you should get some brine shrimp hatching around 20-24 hours. If you heat the water and decapsulate, you can get them hatching in 16-18 hours. However, you do not want to feed brine shrimp exclusively or you will make the baby Cardinal susceptible to Sudden Fright Syndrome (Google it). Tigger Pods would be a good option since you only have one it won't cost too much.
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Managed to hatch brine shrimps , didn't see the baby eating them but his/her belly is round so I'm suspecting eating them, J&L didn't have tiger pods , they said might receive some today.
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She/he is doing good, still wan not able to get tiger pod from J&L :
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I have a quarter bottle of tiggerpods left. I am also growing out a few in a container. If you want to come by my house in Burnaby I can let you have the bottle for the cause. I just fed the bottle algae on Saturday and they are still doing fine. Been using them to supplement my pipefishes diet.
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I have a quarter bottle of tiggerpods left. I am also growing out a few in a container. If you want to come by my house in Burnaby I can let you have the bottle for the cause. I just fed the bottle algae on Saturday and they are still doing fine. Been using them to supplement my pipefishes diet.
She/He is doing great feeding on Tiger Pods, and Brine shrimp babies , thank you so much for the Tiger Pods

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Two weeks old now, I think he/she start taking frozen baby brine shrimps , I have upgraded his/her home to small Marina HOB breeding box.

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