What is artemia?
Artemia Salina!!!!!!!!!!!!! =)
They are found in the surface of lakes
they belong to the genus of artemia
AKA Artemia, found in salt water lakes.
Their common name is Brine Shrimp. Their scientific name is Artemia
The artemia salina is used for its antimicrobial and antifungal activity, in the cosmetic industry. It is in the group known as endophytes, several of which are anticancer and have been developed into anticancer drugs. By using artemia salina, these secondary metabolites can be found more easily.
Sea monkeys are a hybrid of brine shrimp (Artemia), bred to live longer and grow bigger. They were developed by the company Sea Monkeys.
Phylum: Arthropoda Subphylum: Crustacea Class: Branchiopoda Order: Anostraca Family: Artemiidae Genus: Artemia
"Sea Monkey" is a fancifull name given to a type of shrimp that is commonly used by many fish breeders to feed to their young fish. Artemia salina was researched and developed/modified by scientists in America which now makes it slightly larger than the natural species and also adds "nyos" to its name making it Artemia salina nyos. They feed on tiny algae and yeasts which they catch with their tiny front legs/claws and stuff/fan… Read More
Sea Monkeys are crustacea, so they are animals. Their full taxonomy is Species: Artemia salina Family: Artemiidae Order: Anostraca Class: Branchiopoda Subphylum Crustacae Phylum: Athropoda Kingdom:Animalia
Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Subphylum: Crustacea Class: Branchiopoda Order: Anostraca Family: Artemiidae Grochowski, 1895 Genus: Artemia Leach, 1819 ( Wikipedia ).
Numbered among the arthropods might be these four: brine shrimp, e.g., Artemia salina ("sea monkeys"), the parasitic tongue-eating louse (Cymothoa exigua), the yak-killer hornet (Vespa mandarinia japonica), and the sea scorpion or Eurypterid.
Sea monkeys are Brine Shrimp (Artemia sp.). They are not a normal part of most human diets however in some cultures people eat products made from Plankton and Krill and those may contain some brine shrimp.
Brine shrimp like light, most of their food is available in high levels of light. On the other hand, Artemia brine shrimp are preyed upon by a host of larger animal species, and they might be more susceptible to predation in high light levels.
Albino Galvano has written: 'Artemis Efesia' -- subject(s): Art and mythology, Artemia, Artemis (Greek deity), Christianity and other religions, Greek Mythology, Mythology, Greek, Paganism, Polytheism 'Omaggio a Albino Galvano' -- subject(s): Exhibitions
No, sea monkeys are an unequaled species of brine shrimp. The scientific name is Artemia Salina. Scientists bred the Sea monkeys to get bigger, and live longer than other brine shrimp. "Sea" because they live in water and "monkey" because of their tails, and they're really playful.
To bring out the best in your betta, feed is live food such as adult brine shrimp, bloodworms, artemia or mosquito larva. These are closer to what they eat in nature than flakes or pellets and are filledwith nutrients. If you need info on these food forms, just tell me. Hope this helps, T
Don S. Paul has written: '1997 Great Salt Lake eared grebe photo survey' -- subject(s): Artemia, Bird populations, Bird surveys, Birds, Eared grebe, Ecology, Habitat, Habitat (Ecology), Photographic surveying, Water birds
They eat baby Brine Shrimp (Artemia Nauplii). Live Brine is better for them, you will have more of a survival rate but you can feed them the frozen ones. You can also feed them Decapsulated Brine Shrimp Eggs, but this option of food doesnt offer a very good survival rate compared to the other 2.
plankton (zooplankton and phytoplankton) are generic terms for all the tiny floating animals and plants that you find suspended in water in lakes and the ocean. Sea monkeys on the other hand are a specific type of animal, specifically a tiny shrimp called Artemia salina. Technically sea monkeys ARE a type of plankton.
Brine shrimp refers to Artemia salina and about 10 other related species. They are rather small anostracans, reaching only 0.6 in (15 mm) in length. The color varies from almost hyaline and transparent to bright red. The male antenna is strongly modified, but is not sufficient to identify the species. Microcharacters are required for identification, as well as biochemical and molecular methods.
In order to find out the effectiveness of bio active compounds present in any formula brine shrimp assay will be conducted. Artemia or brine shrimp is living in salt pane which is more tolerable to any environmental changes. So, when we applying the testing compound, if mortality is high even at low dosage means the tested compounds contains highly active principles.
My main male sea monkey is carrying my main female but she is curled up and not moving i believe she might be dead why is he carrying her around?
I also raise artemia as an easy source of fish food. I get very happy when I see this because it means they are mating. In a few days time a dark blob will appear on the female. They may separate then or even later. The dark blob is a bag of eggs which hatch into baby sea monkeys.
Sea Monkeys are a hybrid of Brine Shrimp (Artemia sp.). They are edible, but most only grow to ¾ of an inch, and thus would be a very small meal. They are not a normal part of most human diets, however, in some cultures, people eat products made from plankton and krill and those may contain some brine shrimp. They are edible, I believe, however, most do not even grow to a full inch, so… Read More
Aurora Egido has written: 'De la mano de Artemia' -- subject(s): Spanish literature, Mnemonics in literature, History and criticism 'El discreto encanto de Cervantes y el crisol de la prudencia' -- subject(s): Criticism and interpretation, Prudence in literature 'La voz de las letras en el Siglo de Oro' -- subject(s): Spanish literature, History and criticism '\\'
That is something you need to ask a ocean biologist or at least the University that is in charge of the bays watersystem. Usually you can find out through the county extension office in the state you live. To approximate the amount of brine would only be know by extensive studies. To my knowledge there are no brine shrimp in Galveston Bay, or any marine or estuarine waters that I know of. Brine shrimp, the… Read More
I just got 4 Serpae tetra two Otocinclus and a dwarf red gourami one of the tetra is nipping the gouramis tail what can do?
Maybe the fish have been starved of protein. That is a common cause of fin nipping. Try feeding the fish some live food like Brine shrimps (Artemia). If that fails then the offending fish should be placed in a small container and floated in the tank for a few days and then released to see if that has changed its behaviour. Don't forget to replace its water several times daily though.
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Bumblebee Gobies are fussy eaters. Generally speaking (there will be exceptions), you won't get them eating anything other than live and frozen foods. Most common foods are: • Frozen / Live Bloodworm • Frozen / Live Artemia (Brine Shrimp) • Frozen / Live Daphnia You may also want to try other other live / frozen foods. You should be able to get these from your LFS (Local Fish Shop), although there are plenty of online… Read More
Which would tempt you most when you see them for sale...Sea Monkeys or Artemia salina × nyos, which is the proper name of the type of brine shrimp sold as Sea Monkeys? When sold in the UK during the 1970s, they were called Artful Arties and in the USA were originally called Instant Life - proof that the person responsible for first marketing them, one Harold von Braunhut, felt that they'd sell far better if… Read More
Sexual dimorphism of G. broussoneti is distinguished by a small urogenital papilla, which is in the ventral region between the anal opening and the anal fin. In the females it is short, blunt and has a yellow coloration; in males it is thin, pointed and has a smooth appearance. Spawning is possible in a large aquarium. Harper, in Tropical Fish Hobbyist (#473), documents success in captive spawning on pages 130-132. He suggests using a spawning… Read More
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