Triops Beni Kabuto ebi albino Tadpole Shrimp Breeding approach
Triops Beni Kabuto ebi albino species are congeneric with the Cancriformis. More specifically, they are the albino version of the Cancriformis. Through a genetic defect, this Triops-species is transparent. Due to his transparency, it seems as if the Beni Kabuto ebi Albino is red in color. In reality, however, the blood of the Triops is red and his transparent body leads to the red blood shining through.
The Beni Kabuto ebi Albino does not differ from the Cancriformis with regard to conditions in which it has to be kept. He also likes a little cooler. Temperatures of 22-24th ° Celsius are perfect for him. They, too, are rather quiet contemporaries with their passion lying in the digging in the sand. This Triops-species is usually very easy to breed without requiring any heater element.
His shell may exhibit slight marbling. Unmistakable is, of course, its red color and its short tail.
Within two to three weeks after hatching, Beni Kabuto ebi Albino are able to produce their own Triops-eggs. Once they produced so many that their egg sacs are full, they place those the sand. With these Triops-eggs you can then start over for a new breeding. How this works, we will show you here: how to properly prepare Triops-eggs
Beni Kabuto ebi Albino are the red European Tadpole Shrimp for your aquarium.
Triops-species “Beni Kabuto ebi Albino”:
Size: approx. 4 – 6 cm
Life expectancy: approx. 60 – 90 days
Temperature: approx. about 24th ° C.
Hatching rate: approx. every 4th egg hatches
1 x Breeding approach mix (egg-sand mixture) with Triops Beni Kabuto ebi Albino eggs