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Undoubtedly Artemia is the best live animal for feeding fish larvae since no other animal can survive in a dried form for an extended period of time which is very important for fish farmers and hatcheries. 


Revive Artemia is naturally grown in salty lake in Russia and processed in a natural way in order to preserve nutritional values and is marketed in EU region and worldwide by VARS Aquaculture Company.

Revive Artemia benefits from a high protein rate (55%) which is an ideal concentration for feeding larvae, juvenile fish and broodstock. Artemia-eating fishes grow faster and have better fertility rate.

This high quality Artemia can be used for marine species ,freshwater and saltwater aquariums of any size in hatcheries, at home or at work.

We guarantee our product quality for our customers. 



Dry Artemia Cyst

CPG or "Number of Cyst per Gram" varies with size and genus of Artemia which is not related to quality.However quality of Artemia is affected by "Hatching Rate" and its nutritional values or biomass.We have been harvesting Artemia from our two lakes in Russia for more than 20 years.

We guarantee superior product quality and consistency with a stable hatching rate of minimum 85%. Every year about 700 ton wet Artemia and 400 ton dry cyst and processed Artemia are harvested from our two lakes. 

We honorably invite our customer for lake visit with a tour of our facilities in Russia during harvest time. 

Omega3 Fatty Acid Profile

Omega6 Fatty Acid Profile

Incubation Procedure

  1. Please shake it in a wide container until becomes homogeneous before use.

  2. Preparing of Hatching Tank with using:

      Sea water or tap water included non-iodized salt

      The Salt Concentration range of 28 - 30 ppt

      Recommended pH level of 8 – 8.5.

      (add Sodium Bicarbonate (NaHCO 3) to increase pH            level if needed)

  1. Without any washing process, add cysts directly        into the hatching tank at concentration of 2 gr/lit.

  2. Apply enough (high) aeration during the hatching  period.

  3. Keep the incubation temperature at 28-30 °C.

  4. Provide constant illumination which shouldn’t be    less than 1500 Lux.    

  5. Incubation time is 24-28 hours.

  6. After incubation is completed, raise oxygen level to      15–20 ppm and then stop the aeration for 15-20 minutes and then siphon Nauplii into a fine mesh net.

  7. Rinse completely with fresh water in concentrator    and then keep in 4 dc until feeding.

   Storage Conditions

  1. Keep cysts in a cool and dry area with temperature      of 0 - 6 ° C.

  2. Protect from direct sunlight.

  3. After opening the package, all cysts should be used immediately, otherwise keep unused cysts in cool  and tight packaging.

Please click here for Hatching Method

Please click here for Decapsulation Method

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Salt Lake in winter time

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Collecting Cysts from the Lake’s Basin


Salt Lake in summer time


Collecting Cysts from the Shore

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