Triops Longicaudatus Brown

  • Size: approx. 5 - 7 cm
  • Life expectancy: about 60 - 90 Days
  • Temperature range: 25 - 28 °C
  • Origin: America
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Triops Longicaudatus Brown

A fascinating species of primeval crayfish is the genus Triops Longicaudatus brown. This back shell with brown tank comes from America and is a low-maintenance pupil, which is also suitable for beginners in the terraristic. These living fossils reach a size between 5 and 7 inches and thank good care with a life expectancy of about 60 to 90 days. This offers you or your child a great opportunity to observe the beautiful creatures extensively.

Profile Triops Longicaudatus Brown

This Triopsart is still relatively young compared to other species. His age is estimated at about 100 million years. Of course, that sounds like a lot, but Triops species, such as the Triops Cancriformis, have been populating our planet for some 220 million years.

Fast growth and high life expectancy

Triops Longicaudatus Braun

The Triops Longicaudatus brown is characterized among other things by its rapid growth and its size, which can sometimes even reach up to a body length of 8 centimeters. This interesting primeval cancer can be observed with the naked eye during all development phases without any problems. The brown coloration of the tank is the anatomical details of the Triops, if you have your Triops aquarium with light Bodengrund set up, easy to recognize.

The physique of the Triops Longicaudatus brown

At the top of the head, the prehistoric crab has three eyes that are close together in a triangle. Around the head, the Triops Longicaudatus brown has a broad and eye-catching skull plate, which protects against injury as a shell. The sensor, also located on the head, uses the cancer to look for food on the ground. They are also used as tactile organs. Below the head are mouthparts with which the Triops longicaudatus brown can hold and chew its food.

His body is composed of several segments, which are arranged one behind the other, together. Below the body, the Triops longicaudatus brown has numerous pairs of petals that have multiple functions. With them he leads the food for food intake in the middle gutter. The front pairs of petals are mainly used for locomotion, while the rear legs are mainly responsible for respiration. Striking is the so-called Furca, which is the forked last body segment of the Triops. The fork tail has a stabilizing function and helps the Triops Longicaudatus brown when moving in the water and on the ground.

That's what you need for your Triops Longicaudatus brown protozoan

In order for your prehistoric crabs to hatch and the Triops feel good, in addition to the Triops Longicaudatus Brown Breeding Neck, you'll need a Triops Cymbal with some accessories.

This includes:
     
  • Breeding tank (a 1 to 2 liter aquarium) Ground (aquarium sand or gravel)
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  • Pipette (for feeding, administering water and pelvic cleansing)
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  • Food for the Triops (eg Spirulina poultry feed or rearing feed)
Equip your breeding tank with an aquarium heater to give the Triops Longicaudatus Brown an optimal water temperature in a range of approximately 25°C to 28°C. Complete your aquarium technique with suitable lighting. Only enough bright light will trigger the slip-free. In addition, the Triops can be better observed with a good aquarium lighting.

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At Triops King online store, you'll find triops, Triops feeds, aquariums, and aquarium technology in addition to Triops Longicaudatus brown, useful for aquarium cleaning and care. Incidentally, we offer in our shop great starter sets with breeding approach, Spirulina algae powder and rearing instructions with many useful tips for your entry into a fascinating hobby.