Can anyone please help me identify what is wrong with my Sea Monkeys? (pics included)

CelestialIvy

Member
So I have noticed a few of my sea monkeys lately with this on them (towards the back), it looks like some sort of orange/brown bacterial fungus that is coming off of them but I am not entirely sure. There have been more and more dying each day and/or lying at the very bottom of the tank and I am unsure on what is wrong and what I can do to help. I had live plants in the tank with I have now removed.
Any advice would be fantastic, thanks in advance!
I know the pictures aren't very clear so i'll try to get some more!
 

MacZ

Member
Those are eggs. There is a generation change going on. Artemia live for only a short time, reproduce and die.
 

richiep

Member
Sea monkeys can live for two years if properly cared for so im wondering if they are moulting which they do every few months
 

Flyfisha

Member
The creatures are dying. I was wondering about the salt content in the water. How is it possible to consider having live plants in the tank to only be removed recently?

Are you doing any water changes Celestisllvy .

I am following this thread with interest for my own adult brine shrimp tank.
 

Wrench

Member
Flyfisha said:
The creatures are dying. I was wondering about the salt content in the water. How is it possible to consider having live plants in the tank to only be removed recently?

Are you doing any water changes Celestisllvy .

I am following this thread with interest for my own adult brine shrimp tank.
Problem is their is no fish in there to eat them and grow big and strong
 

MacZ

Member
Flyfisha said:
The creatures are dying. I was wondering about the salt content in the water. How is it possible to consider having live plants in the tank to only be removed recently?

Are you doing any water changes Celestisllvy .

I am following this thread with interest for my own adult brine shrimp tank.
I am on the other hand wondering what live plants can survive in water with the necessary salt concentration.
 

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