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Decapsulated Artemia cysts

Decapsulated Artemia cysts

Natural food for all species of fry and juvenile fish and shrimp

Amount
bottle 150 g
6.90
metallized package 500 g
17.50
Gesamtsumme

Removing of the hard shell (chorion) makes it possible to use these cysts as feed without preliminary preparation and incubation process. Natural feed made of an excellent nutritional composition is also a rich source of protein and essential amino acids. This fosters health and growth of the fish.

The feed fraction is from 200 to 220 microns.
Other “Artemiadirect” products can be added to the ration for the balanced and proper nutrition.

Storage conditions

Store in a dry, cool place, away from direct sunlight, preferably in a refrigerator.

Feeding recommendations:

• Before feeding the larvae and young fish it is desirable to soak cysts for 15 minutes in fresh water. After that you can start feeding.

• Spread the food over the water, the optimum amount of food should be eaten in 5-10 minutes.

• Avoid overfeeding and clogging the bottom of the aquarium. The remains of the feed must be removed.

• Feed your pets considering their diet.

Biochemical composition

Proteins - 49.5 - 61.2%

Fats - 19.5 - 23.1%

Carbohydrates - 11 - 14,9%

Ash - 4.8 - 6.6%

Moisture - 5 - 8%

Amino acids:

Cystine 1.0-3.4

Aspartic - 4,7-14,2

Threonine - 4,2-9,5

Serine - 3.9-13.1

Glutamine - 5.9-14.8

Proline - 4,2-11,2

Glycine - 5,2-13,5

Alanine - 3.6-24.0

Isoleucine - 0,7-6,5

Leucine - 1,5-9,5

Tyrosine - 2,6-9,1

Histidine - 0.8-4.2

Lysine - 1,8-10,1

Arginine - 1.8-9.9

Valine - 2,3-8,3

Phenylalanine 1.7-8.9

Methionine - 1.5-3.2

Taurine - 0,0-19,8

Ca - 0.23-0.41 g / kg

Mg - 0.20-0.68 g / kg

P - 6.95-7.63 g / kg

Na - 1.43-4.93 g / kg

K - 0.69-1.08 g / kg

Fe - 52.2-294.6 mg / kg

Zn - 16.1-24.1 mg / kg

Mn - 2,1-3,7 mg / kg

Cu - 0.6-1.9 mg / kg

* The specified composition in the product may differ from the batch, due to the particular qualities of these organisms.

Energy value: 424 kcal/100 g of dry matter