Also known as shell-free, Decapsulated artemia cysts are fed directly to a wide variety of larva culture - providing excellent nutritional value without the necessity and down-time of hatching. Decapsulated cysts is a product of the Artemia cysts through a bleaching process, shell out to dry through. The process without losing nutritional value.
Decapsulated Artemia cysts are made from artemia cysts that have not broken diapause and will never hatch. The decapsulation procedure consists of chemically removing or oxidizing the outer shell and chorion with a concentrated chlorine solution. All that remains following decapsulation is the bright orange embryo surrounded by a thin hatching membrane. The decapsulated cysts are neutralized and are completely digestible by the fish or shrimp larvae.
The decapsulated Artemia cysts feed directly to your fry or fingerlings. Don't incubate as with hatching cysts as these cysts will not hatch. As a feed source, decapsulated cysts have a higher energy and nutritional value than live Artemia nauplii since the energy consumed in the hatching process is conserved and lipids, amino acids and enzymes are left intact.
Shrimp, Marine fish, Freshwater fish, Aquarium fish, etc.
Advantage of Decapsulated artemia cysts:
1. Easy storage
2. High nutrition value
3. Easy operation, no need any incubation operations
4. Small particle size.200-300 micron that suitable with the fish or shrimp larvae.
Minimum 2-year storage life. normal temperature.
425g ( 15 oz) /vacuum-sealed can, 12 cans/carton;
454g (16 oz )/vacuum-sealed can, 12 cans/carton;
Alu-foil vacuum packaged in 500g;
Pails of 5kg or 10kg;