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ARTEMIA LINKS, ARTEMIA INFORMATION & ARTEMIA SUPPLIERS
(Also known as Brine Shrimp and Sea Monkeys)

 

 

Laboratory of Aquaculture & Artemia Reference Centre
The ARC is active in research, education and services related to larviculture of fish and shellfish species of aquaculture interest. Our research group is part of the Department of Animal Production, one of the 14 departments of the Faculty of Bioscience Engineering.

 

 

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Animal Diversity Web University of Michigan Museum of Zoology.
Approximately 800 species of branchiopods are found worldwide in freshwater ponds, lakes, and inland saline waters such as the Great Salt Lake in Utah. Their fossil record includes the extinct order Lipostraca and dates back to the Devonian period (approximately 400 - 360 million years ago). Some references recognize four extant orders: Anostraca (fairy shrimps), Notostraca (tadpole shrimps), Cladocera (water fleas), and Conchostraca (clam shrimps). Members of these orders are commonly used for aquarium fish food, scientific research, and once were marketed as pets called sea monkeys. These small crustaceans are a very important source of food for fish and birds in nature.

 

 

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Brine Shrimp and Ecology of Great Salt Lake  - contains information on the life cycle, and commercial fishing of Artemia franciscana. The brine shrimp, Artemia, belongs to the phylum Arthropoda (joint-legged invertebrates), class Crustacea (shrimp, crab, lobster). There are several species of Artemia worldwide; Artemia franciscana is the species living in Great Salt Lake (and also in San Francisco Bay). Brine shrimp live in hypersaline lakes in which the salt content may be 25%, predators and competitors are few, and algal production is high. The life cycle of Artemia begins from a dormant cyst that contains an embryo....

 

 

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