Triops Cancriformis Germany
Triops Cancriformis often live in cooler areas, where the ponds do not dry out as quickly as in desert regions, so this species is very good in summer to keep without heaters. This means for the Triops that he has more time to develop. Therefore, Triops Cancriformis are considered to be the slower growing member of the shrimp. They are the Triopsart with the largest life expectancy, since their metabolism works relatively slowly. The highest expected age is about 120 days. Since Triops never stop growing, the largest total length is to be expected in this species. Triops Cancriformis have an often beefy skull plate and a comparatively short tail.
These offsprings come from Brandenburg, this trunk becomes brown / reddish, while Cancriformis from Austria become rather brownish / greenish.
Size: 6 – 12cm
Color: brown / reddish
Temperature: 22 – 24 ° C
Life expectancy: 90 – 120 days
Hatching rate: about every 4th – 5th egg hatches
1 breeding stock (egg-sand mixture) contains approx. 50 Triops Cancriformis Germany eggs
2 grams of poultry feed
20 grams of rearing feed for feeding from the age of four weeks
20 grams of cichlid granules (medium grain size) for feeding from the age of two weeks
1 x water purifier
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