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Hydra Culture Kit (with perishable)

Item # 132780P
Hydra Culture Kit (with perishable) is rated 1.0 out of 5 by 1.
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For a class of 30 students. Everything is supplied to enable teachers, as well as students, to maintain their own cultures of hydra. Kit includes hydra, bring shrimp eggs, salt crystals, springwater, culture dishes, and complete instructions for hatching the brine shrimp eggs and for maintaining the hydra.

Price

$46.50

In stock and available to ship.

For a class of 30 students. Everything is supplied to enable teachers, as well as students, to maintain their own cultures of hydra. Kit includes hydra, bring shrimp eggs, salt crystals, springwater, culture dishes, and complete instructions for hatching the brine shrimp eggs and for maintaining the hydra.

  • This item contains living or perishable material and ships via 2nd Day or Overnight delivery to arrive on a date you specify during Checkout. To ensure freshness during shipping, a Living Materials Fee may apply to orders containing these items.

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Components Qty Included?
Hydra Culture  1 Included
Brine Shrimp Eggs, 1-oz Bottle 1 Included
Salt Crystals, 1-oz Bottle 1 Included
Culture Dishes 2 Included
Instructions 1 Included
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Great idea, poor execution The product and its instructions don't match (sizes of components don't make sense for what the instructions are telling you to do). The food source is brine shrimp, which are usually easy to grow (not so much right now...) but they actually have to be rinsed before giving them to the Hydra. Why not provide Daphnia? As it is we have tiny tiny Hydra and no food, so I doubt we'll be able to get a sustainable system
Date published: 2014-02-21
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