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You should be able to use any aquarium air pump, but most likely you will want a very small one. There's a number of online pet stores or your local big box or smaller local fish stores will carry them. The whisper brand pumps are decent and cost as little as about $5 or $6 for the model 10, which I would think would be plenty. Azoo, aqueon, and a few other ...


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Brine shrimps are non-selective filter feeders and can be fed a wide range of foods, including but not limited to Liquidfry brand or similar fry food, yeast, whey, wheat flour, soybean powder, fish meal and egg yolk. For maximum results, your Brine Shrimp should have food available 24/7. At the same time, you don't want to flood the container with so much ...


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Suction cups do tend to just stop suctioning over time, so a simple solution may be just buying new ones. In my experience with them, I've found that sometimes they'll only stick to the surface if it's dry, especially when I'm dealing with a plastic surface. I suggest you try drying the bucket, and then attempting to stick the suctions then. If that doesn't ...


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Yeast is not a good food source, because the cell wall proteins are difficult for the brine shrimp to digest. For proof, see scientific paper: Marques A et al. 2005. Effects of bacteria on Artemia franciscana cultured in different gnotobiotic environments. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 71: 4307-4317.


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