Which are made from China Bohai Bay Artemia Cysts that have not broken diapause and will never hatch. The decapsulation procedure consists of chemically removing or oxidizing the outer chorion hypochloride solution. All that remains following decapsulation is the bright orange embryo surrounded by a thin hatching membrane. The decapsulated cysts are neutralized and are completely digestible by the fish or shrimp larvae.
•Feed Guide: Feed Decapsulated Artemia directly to the culture tanks. Do not incubate as with hatching cysts as these cysts will not hatch. As a feed source, it have a higher energy and nutritional value than live Artemia nauplii as zero energy is consumed in the hatching process and lipids, amino acids, and enzymes are left intact.
•Storage: Stored under cool dry conditions where it can be stored in excess of 24 months.
•Packaging: By 500g vacuum sealed tin cans and packed 12 per carton or by 25kg vacuum sealed plastic pails.