Triops Australiensis Queensland Tadpole Shrimp Starter Kit Plus
Triops Australiensis Queensland came from Australia, which is also reflected in their preference for warm temperatures. They were named after their point of discovery which was Queensland. Although Triops mostly just dig in the sand, the Queensland is a very good swimmer. It is a lot of fun to watch them turning their loops. The Triops Australiensis Queensland is a very quickly growing Triops. It grows so fast that you can almost watch it grow. After only two weeks, they can already measure a few centimeters.
The rapid growth is particularly enabled by by the warm temperature, among others. Once they are around two weeks old, they produce their first cysts, the so-called Triops-eggs. If its egg sacs are full, it buries the cysts in the sand. You can then prepare these cysts again for starting over with a new breeding approach of Australiensis. How to do that, you will learn here: how to properly prepare Triops-eggs
The Triops Australiensis Queensland is not only one of the fastest swimmers among the Triops, but also one of the largest species. With a realistic size of seven centimeters, it exhibits an impressive stature. Its long tail and its silver-shimmering shell also add to making it a real eye-catcher.
Triops Australiensis Queensland are something very special and should be bred by every Triops fan at least once.
Triops-species "Australiensis Queensland":
Size: approx. 5 - 7 cm
Life expectancy: approx. 40 - 70 days
Temperature: approx. 28 ° C.
Hatching rate: approx. every 4th egg hatches
1 x Breeding approach mix (egg-sand mixture) with Triops Australiensis Queensland eggs
2 Grams of Spirulina algae powder for the first two weeks
7 Grams basic feed from the age of two weeks
1 x Water Conditioner
1 x rearing guide with useful information, tips and tricks for beginners and advanced
|Shipping weight:||0,40 kg|
|Item weight:||0,30 kg|
|productdetail_info1:||Size: approx. 5-7cm|
|experttip:||We recommend buying at least 150 eggs. So you can only use half and have enough eggs for another breeding.|
|productdetail_info2:||Life expectancy: about 60 - 90 days|
|productdetail_info3:||Temperature range: 25 - 28 °C|