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Breeding approach Triops Mauritanicus green Spain including food and instructions

Breeding approach Triops Mauritanicus green Spain including food and instructions

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Included in delivery:  

  • Breeding approach
  • rearing feed
  • staple food
  • Instructions

Profile Triops Mauritanicus green Spain

  • Life expectancy: approx. 3 months
  • Size: 5-7cm
  • Appearance: light green
  • Origin: Spain
  • Temperature: 22-26°C
  • Cannibalism: little


Triops Mauritanicus green Spain

This Triops, which comes from Spain, has the peculiarity that, among other things, male animals hatch, which are used for reproduction in this species. Female animals can lay eggs, but they remain unfertilized without a male. They can therefore be distinguished by the fact that female animals carry egg sacs. As it gets older, this species develops two protruding thorns at the end of its tail, which, among other things, distinguishes it from Triops Cancriformis despite its similar body structure. In addition, Triops Mauritanicus Spain is light green and needs temperatures of 22-26°C. Which makes breeding in winter only possible in warmer rooms without technology.

Important information:

You will receive an egg-sand mixture with approx. 50 eggs, but there are usually more. We only breed ourselves and therefore cannot offer an exact number of eggs. The size of Triops eggs is comparable to grains of sand, so counting the eggs is almost impossible. We regularly take random samples to check, but our breeding also consists exclusively of our own approaches. This means we can guarantee high quality!

We stand for quality and want to let others share in the joy of breeding prehistoric crayfish with our product. This is a natural product and things can go wrong. Don't be afraid to contact us, we will only be satisfied if you succeed in breeding.

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