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Old 07-20-2004, 12:22 PM   #1
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Seahorses

When I was at a aquarium society meeting and talking about my 35 gallon hexagon tank, I was given the suggestion of putting some seahorses in. Who here has seahorses, and what luck have they had with them. I would feed mysis and live brine, and hope my fuge would produce some food for them. Also, what holdfasts do you guys use. I was thinking either a fake of live gorgonian, or sone stony like montipera, depending on the horses tail size. Any advice would be appreciated!
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From what i heard about having seahores. They should do fine in the tank you descriped. My lfs has a yellow seahorse and it does fine just on mysis shrimp.
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i just obtained a breeding pair, and they are doing fine on frozen brine shrimp, with live food to supplement weekly. Temperatures are different so do some research first. I use )fake) ceramic coral and plastic plant deco's for hitching.
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if i remember coreect Hara has had seahorses and good experiances with them
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Old 09-12-2004, 01:48 AM   #5
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check out www.seahorse.org

I have been doing alot of research b/c I am getting a pair for my 20xh. They are very nice and lots of info.

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