Hungry, Hungry Horses, I need some Moina please.

Re: Hungry, Hungry Horses, I need some Moina please.

Postby angi » Sun Jan 02, 2011 12:19 pm

JimWelsh wrote:There was also this interesting cyclopoid copepod that was a contaminate in the Moina salina shipment.

Greetings from germany.

Moina are cultured in the same ponds as calanoida. They are sifted out merely. In the course of the year there dominate many different copepods types. Altogether, it should be at least 10 to 15 different types. Everyone is able to produce duration eggs.
Sometimes Cyclopoida are there, too. All are a good feed resource.
There is a white one at the moment, great afloat copepod. This tolerates extreme temperature and salt changes (converting directly of 5°C on 25° with a bill of exchange of 15 ppt on 30 ppt is no problem for him). It is unbelievable. I will send a example to Erik, too. In the ponds also live sometimes very small calanoida, these are, however, extremely severely to transport.
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Re: Hungry, Hungry Horses, I need some Moina please.

Postby NickG » Wed Jan 01, 2014 12:22 pm

Hi
New to this site so sorry if the answer is already here. Can anybody supply me with Moina salina eggs and or live ones in the UK?
Many thanks and happy new year everybody!! :D
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Re: Hungry, Hungry Horses, I need some Moina please.

Postby angi » Tue Jan 28, 2014 7:15 am

Hello Nick,

if You will find no ones in UK, I can arrange a shipping from Germany.
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