Triops Water Guide

The ULTIMATE Triops Water Guide

Triops tolerate a wide variety of water. However if you want optimum growth rate, health, egg production, and water clarity there are a few simple things you can do with your water make sure your triops are the envy of all the other triops on the block.

I use the two container method for hatching triops. First a small (1-2cup) container for hatching and the first 1-2 weeks, and then I move them into their final tank.

The reason I like this method is it is a lot easier to control the temperature, feeding, and quality of the water when the triops are small and more sensitive to these things. I’m not going to go into the actual hatching method here, but you can watch the hatching triops eggs video which covers hatching detail.

So this guide is divided into two parts, water for hatching, then water for the final tank.

Water for Hatching Triops Eggs (From 1-2 weeks old)

Use ONLY distilled water in your hatching container *See Note

The most important thing to remember is to only use DISTILLED WATER for hatching triops. Young triops are sensitive to mineral content in water, bacteria, chlorine, etc, and distilled water removes all these problems. You can find distilled water at any grocery store for a dollar a gallon.

After they grow to adult size and you transfer them to the big tank you don’t have to keep buying distilled water.

*NOTE – Although I have hatched triops with distilled water and I had a guy who hatches thousands of triops tell me to only use distilled water for hatching, I recently bought a kit that said to only used spring water for the mineral content that the baby triops needs. Confusing huh? I haven’t done enough tests to say it’s one way or the other, I’ve hatched with distilled water and I’ve hatched with spring water. My advice is that if your kit doesn’t recommend one or the other, go with spring water. If they don’t hatch, dry out the container, then go with distilled water. If you’ve had success with either distilled or spring, PLEASE LEAVE A COMMENT!!!

Also if you are looking to buy spring water, make sure it doesn’t say “reverse-osmosis, distilled, etc” in the small print. Make sure it’s just plain spring water.

Find your triops hatching temperature

Each species of triops has a water temperature range before the triops eggs will hatch. If you know your species you can check out our species pages to find that temperature.

If you purchased a triops kit and for some reason they don’t tell you what species you have, then it’s a pretty safe bet that you have triops cancriformus.

After you know your triops hatching temperature range you can heat the water with a lamp, aquarium heater, or a heating mat. If you use a lamp, remember to not use a flouresent bulb because they don’t give off enough heat.

If you are using a lamp, remember to put it closer to the container at night if your room temperature drops at night.

You’ll need a way of checking your water temperature, I reccomend the drop in glass thermometers which are a couple bucks at walmart or a pet store. DO NOT use the “sticker” type temperature gauges, the heat from your lamp can mess them up and give you a higher reading then the actual water temperature.

Adding water to your hatching container

Everyday you will lose a little water from evaporation. I try not to distrub the water at all the first 2-3 days, but after that I add water. If you add water, just make sure the water you are adding is at room temperature, and only add a little bit at a time (in other words don’t dump a ton of water to fill the hatching container up, instead it’s better to do small regular top-offs.)

Keeping your water clean

I talk about this more in the triops food guide, but you want to keep your water clean to stop bacteria from growing. A dollar store turkey baster is great for cleaning up uneaten food and old carapeices. Uneaten food shouldn’t be left for long periods of time, clean it up and add new food or you’ll get algae growth.

Sanitation

If your container was used for something else before, say food, then it wouldn’t be a bad idea to swish some hot water around in there first to sanitize it.

Triops Tank Water

How much water

According to various sources I’ve read and personal experience, half a gallon to one gallon per adult triops seems to be the best for growth rate, health, egg production, and a big one for me is water clarity.

Although you can just as easily raise triops in a smaller tank (like the dollar store shoebox tank), there is one thing to consider…triops are messy. A bigger tank means you’ll have to do less water changes.

If you have no choice but to use a small tank, just keep the tank clean by not letting uneaten food sit around, and do regular water changes to keep the ph levels healthy. A aquarium pump / filter goes a long way for water clarity too.

What makes good triops water?

Fortunetly you don’t have to keep buying distilled water for this phase of a triops life. Tap water works fine, BUT you may have to use a water conditioner if you have chlorine or other chemicals in your water. Water conditioners are easily and cheaply avaliable at any pet store or walmart. Basically these are little bottles of liquid and you put a few drops into your tank to make it safe for triops, the bottle will say “water conditioner” or “tank conditioner” on it, and the label will say if it takes chlorine out or whatever.

And of course you can still use distilled water, spring water, or filtered water.

PH

Although each species of triops has a different ph requirement, in general aim to keep your PH in the 7 – 9 range. If you have a rarer species you should check out the species page first for optimal PH. You can buy easy to use test kits at walmart or any pet store.

That being said, I usually don’t test my PH too often. If you do 1/4 tank water changes once a week and don’t leave too much uneaten food sitting in the tank you should be fine.

The final “is my triops tank water ok?” test

When you are ready to transfer your triops, only transfer one triops first. Wait 24 hours…if he is still alive then you’re good to go.

If you don’t want to get fancy with all these conditioners and ph tests, etc…

Remember that triops are pretty hardy creatures. Sure, if you get all these things right then your triops will grow fast, produce lots of eggs, be the healthiest they can be, have high self-esteem, etc.

But chances are they will do just fine with any old container and some decent water, without having to spend money on PH tests and water conditioners. They are wild creatures that live in puddles after all…

If this is your approach, then I suggest doing the final test I mentioned above, just so you don’t accidently kill all your triops on one go.

And that’s it. I hope this guide helps. If you have a question having to do with triops water that you don’t see here, just contact us and we’ll do our best to answer your question or point you in the right direction.

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93 Comments

  1. Benson
    Posted January 27, 2013 at 11:29 am | Permalink

    Can we put them in salt water after they are 2 week.

  2. ilovetriops123
    Posted January 29, 2013 at 2:49 pm | Permalink

    hi TriopsGuys I just wanted to ask is it ok to use 100% pure distilled water?

  3. Kablooieman
    Posted February 11, 2013 at 7:58 am | Permalink

    yes u can use distilled water

  4. Louise
    Posted April 5, 2013 at 8:52 am | Permalink

    My triops are still quite small they are 18 days old am I ok to turn the pump on in there tank or will they get sucked up? Many thanks xxxx

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  7. Justin
    Posted September 4, 2013 at 8:59 am | Permalink

    Hey there,
    I bought a kit and it says to use mineral water, is that ok? Or will the triops die? It has been 25 hours and it hasn’t hatched yet, please help!!!!

  8. John
    Posted September 24, 2013 at 12:20 am | Permalink

    Can you use river water?

  9. rayaan
    Posted December 10, 2013 at 8:09 am | Permalink

    the water brand real Canadian is this okay to hatch eggs in

  10. Nan
    Posted January 20, 2014 at 10:09 pm | Permalink

    Hi – I’m setting up a Triops tank and am afraid to use a filter – won’t they get sucked up into the filter and die? Perhaps I could put a fine mesh over the intake? Thanks.

  11. Shane
    Posted January 25, 2014 at 12:15 pm | Permalink

    Hi,
    I have a smallish container that has lot’s of triops in that have hatched. I have set up a 5 gallon tank with sand and plants, heater and a very very low filter. What is the best way to transfer the triops over and what’s the best time to do it.
    Great site by the way

  12. Rianne
    Posted January 25, 2014 at 3:18 pm | Permalink

    I have cancriformis triops and if I leave tabwater in a open plastic box water for a day (i think it has to do with absobing oxygen) than add the eggs in the dried sand and they have a good chance to hatch. The tabwater from the Netrerlands may be duifferent from other countries. It’s a matter of trying I suppose. Also BarleDuc does the trick well of hatching the little things even better than a day old tabwater. But tabwater is cheaper and closer to home so I moved on to a day old tabwater.

    I first raise them in a 2 litre platic box with a light and feed them very little from day one (24 hours after adding the eggs). After a week I transfer them in my aquarium. They can take a lot so the tranfer doesn’t have to be perfect. Just make sure that they get a moment to get them used to the new temperature and the new water. ( my aquarium is heated 23C)
    I use a filter in my aquarium where they get tranfered to. If it isnt to strong they can handle it when they’re a week old. Otherwise just wait a few more days. I really recommend a filter for helping to keep the water clean. Also when they are older and you can create a strong waterflow they even play with it :)
    ( and with a filter I do dare to use fresh tabwater and it doesnt always have effect on my triops, but that depends on the number of triops and the size of the tank as well and the amounts of plants)

    If the water smells rotten try refresh some water and some or half of the sand since that was the main issue I had here. And I learned not to use more than 1 cm sand, but some on the internet say you shouldn’t use less than 2-3cm, so i’d say just try it out for yourself :)
    Also, I recomment some javamoss or mossballs in the water. The moss will also provide food so they can help themself. Makes them happier and moss(balls) are very easy to keep alive. With moss you dont really have to feed them but I got some alguefish and crab pallets anyways so I feed them a little once or twice a day. With feeding fishfood you do know that they get everthing they need.

    Last time I had a little overpopulation because it appeared there was a little more eggs in the dried sand than I expected( I had at least 40 in a 25 litre aquarium XD) when they’re happy they a very easy with their tankmatesn and they dont kill each other like many people say ^^
    In my case only the unhappy ones kill others in the aquarium (dirty water/lack of oxygen/rotting sand/lack of food) but they do eat the already dead ones.

    Nature does take take a toll if you have overpopulation and they get to big (after 2 months in my case) for it is very hard to keep the water as it is supposed to be.

    I dont dry up my aquarium but keep it going on when they are dead. I just take sand out every now and then when they are alive and let it dry out. I had to replace some of the sand every now and then anyway.

    So keep them happy and the water and sand clean and you got some nice little creatures. :)

  13. Shane
    Posted January 25, 2014 at 4:00 pm | Permalink

    Wow. Thanks for the info. Much appreciated. I also have moss balls and a lava rock with moss on it. I also have some elodea densa which is good for oxygen. I have black sand on the bottom as well and it looks pretty good. What do you use to transfer them to the big tank. I know that may sound like a simple thing but I don’t want to kill them.
    The filter is near the top and as they seem to scrabble around the bottom I’m guessing it will be fine. I just wished they lived a bit longer. But looking at how quickly they grow it’s not really a surprise

  14. Rianne
    Posted January 26, 2014 at 10:54 am | Permalink

    I transfer them with just a small plastic box wich is filled with their old water and then I remove a little water and put the new aquatrium water in it. I repeat it one more time so the new water and temperature isn’t to overwelming. then I place the little box with the open side sidewards on the bottom of the aquarium so they can get out on their own and after 10 seconds I can take the box out and they are happely exporing the new erea :)
    Its a really small box I use but its for 5 or 10 minutes anyway.

  15. Rianne
    Posted January 26, 2014 at 11:13 am | Permalink

    You don’t kill them that easy so dont worry :)
    Black sand sounds nice :) I have a normal sand color aquarium sand, but I’m trying to grow a green floor of plants. I’m already supriced the little bottomplants are still stuck in the sand.

    It really a pity they live very short. I added 3 fish so the aquarium wouldnt be empty every 3 months.

    yur welcome :)

  16. Shane
    Posted January 26, 2014 at 5:14 pm | Permalink

    How big is your aquarium? Watching all the activity in the small container they are in at the moment it’s not surprising that the triops survive. The fairy shrimps just swin slowly from one end to the other. The triops on the other hand swim around like crazy things. Constantly on the move. There were a lot of shrimps in there with them but the number seems to be shrinking. There are no two triops and about 6 shrimps of which one is big. And there are also two daphnia in there as well but they are small. My tank is all ready to go now. Been set up for a week so I’ll just wait for the triops to get bigger and move them in. Thanks for your help :)

  17. Rianne
    Posted January 27, 2014 at 9:01 am | Permalink

    My aquarium is 28 litres(30x30x30). There’s 8 triops and the difference between my biggest and my smallest triops is 1cm XD (There’s 1½week inbetween the hatching of the oldest and the jongest. )
    So not a compleet overpupolation this time which is very convenient with keeping the aquariumwater clean :) I also have 3 algue eater corycatfish wich dont bother even the smallest triops and the triops dont bother them.
    I didnt got any other things along with the triops. Just sand and triops eggs.
    Np :)

  18. Shane
    Posted January 27, 2014 at 12:14 pm | Permalink

    Mine is 25 litres. Do you reckon that’s big enough for the catfish. I have seen lots of different varieties online. Do you know exactly what they are called. I have seen pygmy ones that are quite small. Did you have the fairy shrimps as well. When I finally put the triops in the larger tanks do you think I should leave the fairy shrimps in the original little tank. Sorry so many questions. I just want to get it right :)

  19. Rianne
    Posted January 27, 2014 at 3:10 pm | Permalink

    Its quite small for corydoras catfish or acually it on the edge of suiteble for them. I saw them in my fathers aqaurium and there they are small and very inactive so I thought it was fine. Did do some research but ended up in a petshop accidently ( yeah honest) before I finished research and couldn’t leave them XD
    I bought lookalike albino’s (his aren’t albino) but mine are a lot more active than my fathers and I found mine will grow bigger, but there’s a simple solution for it. Expand the tank when it becomes to small. The triops definitly wont mind. ;)

    If youll want to keep a small tank you’ll deffinitely want a dwarf and not the bigger ones.
    There seem to be other fish you can keep m with as well. As long as they’re are small, friendly and freshwater fish it should be fine. Google and your own thinking are yur best buddies ( and experience of course) ;) Shrimp should be fine to but I only got experience with my cory’s so far and they are great together :) the triops are very relaxed about everything living in their tank and the corys are very easygoing towards the triops as well.

    There is a discussion on trhe internet whether it is okey for fish (not inclusing shrimp in here cause they are more than fine in a small setup.) to live in a small tank, so its a choise whether youll risk unhappy fish or a bigger tank. I took the risk of having to buy a bigger tank (dont like unhappy little things) but so far they are fine. So I think that if you can get yourself some little staying Cory’s the’ll be fine.

    Here a good site as well for reading ’bout triops as well: http://mytriops.com/
    I read a lot of sites and blogs about them:) Everyone seems to have a aproach of their own so if one and it is very interesting and fun to read everyones experience :)

    It is a real shame that its only because of ebay I didnt had to buy them as a kids playset :( Theyre not exacly liveless toys.

    Yurs seem to have a nice tank and I think theyll be very fine. You really care bout them and you research a lot :) And regarding their personalities corys are a great choise if youll want longer living aquariumbuddies for yur triops :)

  20. Shane
    Posted January 28, 2014 at 1:19 pm | Permalink

    I’ve seen so much stuff online that say’s fish can’t be kept in smaller tanks. I have been in aquariums and seen small tanks teeming with life. Obviously I don’t want to make the fish suffer or stress in a small tank but I think I will find some that are fine. The cory catfish are a passive fish that apparently will live with anything. SO I will do a bit of research first. I transferred one of the triops today. It seems fine so far. I read another article that said leave it for 24 hours to see if it was ok before putting any more in. They have really grown quickly. Half an inch already. The only annoying thing is the elodea densa I put in there seems to be dying for some reason. I’m not sure why. The only other thing I want to ask is that I used bottled water for hatching and also in the small aquarium. Are fish ok with this water? WIsh I could put a pic on here to show you the tank. Thanks again for all your advice :)

  21. Rianne
    Posted February 3, 2014 at 4:47 pm | Permalink

    hey,

    I think small fish in a tank are fine if you keep them busy amd the tank clean but not to clean. The reason I got cory’s is that they are one of very few algueeters that stay small (if you got the right species ><'). I Dont feed them much alguewaffles cause I have enough algues, mosses, zand and a peace of wood to keep em busy :) I also change the flow of the filter every now and then to keep them more happy in stead of a having a nevervchanging environment :)
    And as long mine are small thell be fine. In a few months Ill have more space for a larger tank (and maby keep this one as well and connect them with a water bridge :) It still in concept fase thou ( google can explain the waterbridge)

    Yeah some recomment that indeed. My last group was born in the aquarium so no transferring them ( low waterlevel though) they were raised in barleduc water and were very sensitive for even small waterchanges with tabwater.
    This generation had the luxery of an already working aquarium with all bacteria and everything so i transfered them in two groups ( there were smalller ones that werent big enough yet)
    Yeah they really grow like crazy
    I dont know about fish in bottled water, I thought it depend on the fish, cause for some its to clean. id say try google cause i dont know the details of it XD it was part of the reason I use 'old' tabwater for this group, (the other reasons were dragging water from the store everytime and the neverending supplies of tabwater ;) )
    No problem. :)
    Good luck with choosing yur fish, I hope youll succed on yur quest. :)

  22. Shane
    Posted February 10, 2014 at 3:42 pm | Permalink

    I was looking at getting some shrimp and snails and a small algae eater but I haven’t yet. I got a plant that was attached to a bit of bog wood. I put it in the tank and two days later I saw a small snail helping me clean the tank. It must have been on the plant. Then tonight I was looking at my monster triop swimming around and I saw two tiny dots swimming around. I have two tiny triops in there as well but I am baffled as to how. I thought the sand had to be dried out first before anything hatched. I had seen other tiny things in there flitting about but I wasn’t sure what they were. It’s amazing what life can form in a small tank.

  23. Posted February 19, 2014 at 8:54 pm | Permalink

    Wat if you dont have a lamp

  24. Posted February 19, 2014 at 8:54 pm | Permalink

    What if you dont have a lamp

  25. Dee
    Posted February 23, 2014 at 2:11 pm | Permalink

    My 10yr old daughter has a “swamp monster” Triop set up that we are struggling with & im reading up on it with her (for her haha) before we start

    This one asks for Non Purified spring water & has a list of “needs” the important ones being

    Calcium – over 25 (mg per Ltr)
    Magnesium between 2 & 12 (mg per Ltr)
    Chloride Sodium & fluoride as low as poss pref under 10 (mg per Ltr)

    we have gone round the major stores in town & cannot find one that even closely matches :(

    Any help please

  26. Katherine Moore
    Posted March 19, 2014 at 1:58 pm | Permalink

    Hi Triops Guys,

    I am very confused when trying to shop for the right kind of water. I can find distilled and natural spring water but all the brands I’ve found so far also say that they have added salt or minerals to the water. Which brands have you had success using?

    Thank you,
    Kate

  27. Kyle
    Posted April 7, 2014 at 8:26 am | Permalink

    I’ve hatched with spring water but after 3 or 4 days my triops will suddenly die after they looked fine a minute ago. Definitely going to try distilled water next hacthing

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  42. Chase
    Posted December 6, 2014 at 4:58 pm | Permalink

    I just recently hatched a bunch of triops just using water from a lake. All my eggs hatched and grew just fine.

  43. Posted December 11, 2014 at 12:14 pm | Permalink

    Please say me how can i make triops water to 23 Celsius

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