artemia/brine shrimp (in CC amphib glossary)

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Artemia/brine shrimp: Artemia salina or related species, commonly known as brine shrimp. Inhabit hypersaline areas such as Utah's Great Salt Lake. Eggs in their dry state, resembling brown powder, are commonly sold to be hatched as food for baby fish, and work well for newts. Adults are sold frozen and occasionally live.

BBS: abbreviation for baby brine shrimp. See [Artemia]
 
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Artemia/brine shrimp: Artemia salina or related species of crustaceans , commonly known as brine shrimp. Inhabit hypersaline areas such as Utah's Great Salt Lake. Eggs in their dry state (cysts), resembling brown powder, are commonly sold to be hatched as food for baby fish, and work well for newts. Adults are sold frozen and occasionally live.

BBS: abbreviation for baby brine shrimp, also called [nauplia]. See [Artemia]

Just used your definition and added something, hope that's okay.
 

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I'm willing to call this final. I made few edits on joseph/daniel defs:

Artemia/brine shrimp: Artemia salina or related species of crustaceans, commonly known as brine shrimp. Inhabit hypersaline waters such as Utah's Great Salt Lake. Eggs in their dry state (cysts), resemble brown powder and are commonly sold to be hatched as food for baby fish and also work well for caudate larvae (see [BBS]). Adults are sold frozen or live, and can be fed to aquatic adult caudates.

BBS: abbreviation for baby [brine shrimp], also called brine shrimp [nauplia].

Nauplia: Newly-hatched [brine shrimp].
 
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