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Breeding approach Triops Cancriformis Austria

Breeding approach Triops Cancriformis Austria

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Profile Triops cancriformis Austria

  • Life expectancy: up to 4 months
  • Size: 5-10cm
  • Appearance: light brown with black marbling
  • Origin: March Thaya Auen (Austria)
  • Temperature: 20-25°C
  • Cannibalism: little

Triops cancriformis Austria

The largest and oldest representative of the prehistoric crayfish "Triops Cancriformis". With its length of up to 10 cm, it is a real giant among prehistoric crabs. These offspring come from an occurrence in Austria (March Thaya Auen). Where they are from Dr. Erich Eder were bred and sold. The Triops Cancriformis Austria tend to be light brown with black marbling. Its shell is slightly narrower than the shell of the Triops cancriformis Germany. The life expectancy of this species is also very high. They are happy to live up to 4 months old. Due to its origins, which tend to be in cooler areas, no additional technology is required for breeding. Breeding success can be achieved at 20°C, but the temperature should not rise above 25°C. The Triops Cancriformis is therefore the perfect introduction to prehistoric crayfish breeding.

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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