So yesterday I tried feeding one of my jellyfish raw unhatched decapsulated brine shrimp eggs. Well they hated the so bad they dropped them off their tentacles almost immediately. So I dumped a serving (cap full) of eggs into the tank. My hypothesis was that they would land in the substrates and hatch, under very optimum conditions (good light, warm water, etc). And sure enough they hatched today. I noticed my jellyfish were half full on brine shrimp, which is very pleasing. I literally only have to dump a serving of decapsulated brine shrimp eggs in the water. the jellyfish ignore these eggs, which hatch into good food. Plus the brine shrimp that don't hatch are already on their way to the filter, and the dead uneaten shrimps will sink and be filtered.
On the down side one of my jellyfish burnt his tentacles off again. He did that before when he was having problems acclimating at first. His tentacles grew back but he burnt them right off again. cant say for sure if they will grow back this time. Last time he had a tentacle nub and the base of his oral arms. Well I will treat him with marine stress coat and see what I can do. problem is he hasn't eaten any brine shrimp, so he will definitely be shrinking before his tentacles can grow back.