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Any pet store that carries live adult artemia?

I know that Pet Pad in Cary does have artemia Thursdays but they are out and I didn't buy it the right day last week. Is there any other store in town (not online) that carries it?

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I cannot think of any current ones other than maybe Bills.

I cannot remember, (even though it has been a short time ago...arg) did I give you Hatchery Kit with stuff you would need?
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You did thank you, though I think more for rotifers?


Pet Pad has adult brine shrimp very inexpensive and healthy, 5 minutes from my house. With my travel schedule, that works best for now. I will be hatching some baby brine shrimp soon though I hope for fry. I want the adult artemia so I can enrich for the adults (so they have something to chase around the tank while I am gone during the day).
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You did thank you, though I think more for rotifers?


Pet Pad has adult brine shrimp very inexpensive and healthy, 5 minutes from my house. With my travel schedule, that works best for now. I will be hatching some baby brine shrimp soon though I hope for fry. I want the adult artemia so I can enrich for the adults (so they have something to chase around the tank while I am gone during the day).
Thought I brought a Brine Hatchery too...ugh, my memory. Anyway, glad one is close by.
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You Did bring a brine shrimp hatcher too which I will use when I have fry to feed. The adult seahorses don't pay much attention to baby brine shrimp though and the effort to raise them to adults isn't in my schedule yet though I have thought about it. Traveling with work once or twice a month doesn't help.

So no one knows of a store other than pet pad? I will go tomorrow and try to get enough to last a week.

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