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Hello from Australia
Topic Started: Feb 18 2018, 10:44 PM (217 Views)
Hi I'm a new member my name is Casey I'm currently caring for my second generation of triops after I bought them as a gift for my kids but enjoyed them more myself haha
My first hatching had three, two of which lived to adulthood and layed eggs I've just hatched those eggs after drying them and leaving them in the fridge and now have 15 :shock: I'm raising t Australiensis but have bought some albino longicaudatus eggs for the future.
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Welcome to the forum, hope you enjoy your stay :) .

15 triops sounds like a handful, the eggs must have had high viability, and the fridge treatment probably helped too!

I can't grow T.australiensis without a heater here, must be a bit easier for you actually in Australia hehe. Have you ever seen them in nature?
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