Dry Artemia Cysts

Artemia Cysts are Brine Shrimp eggs with an excellent hatching rate. Artemia Cysts nauplii are well-known as the ideal live food for the first stages of larval shrimps and perfect starting live food for baby fish. Among the live diets used in the aquaculture of fish,  Artemia cysts nauplii are the most widely used food item as high content of protein and amino acids-rich composition of feed provides rapid growth and survival for fish. 

Our expert lab technicians conduct 100+ tests of each batch of Artemia cysts to ensure the highest quality product and the satisfaction of our customers. Our Artemia lakes are located in the disease-free regions of Siberia, producing top quality products free of diseases and pathogens. We only deal with premium quality artemia cysts with 90% hatching rate average. 

Our expert lab technicians conduct 100+ tests of each batch of Artemia cysts to ensure the highest quality product and the satisfaction of our customers.

Interesting facts
  • Artemia is a contemporary of dinosaurs and has been living on Earth for approximately 100 million years and, unlike large reptiles has no intention of becoming extinct. Scientists know only one crayfish that is older than Artemia – Triops cancriformis, which emerged more than 220 million years ago.
  • The uterus of a single female Artemia can contain as many as 200 eggs.
  • Artemia has three eyes. One simple eye develops during the fingerling phase of development and an adult species develops an additional two, more complicated eyes.
  • Artemia never sleeps. It must constantly be awake in order to breathe and feed.
  • A male Artemia has two reproductive organs.
  • Do you know how to tell a male Artemia from its female counterpart? A male Artemia has two big antennas on its head and a female has one small antenna but a big uterus.