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Old 01-12-2012, 10:29 PM   #1
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Poseidon (was sick at the time), Amphitrite and Salacia
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Your seahorses is beautiful! Are they hard to keep? What kind are they?
Sorry about your betta. He was quite lovely.
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Your seahorses is beautiful! Are they hard to keep? What kind are they?
Sorry about your betta. He was quite lovely.
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Poseidon is a Kuda while Neptune, Salacia, and Amphitrite are Erectus :3

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Your seahorses is beautiful! Are they hard to keep? What kind are they?
Sorry about your betta. He was quite lovely.
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And These guys became sick the first week I had purchased them, that's why their tank waters yellow (Furan 2) but they require much studying before ever buying one, because they are hard work n.n;;

It is worth it though!
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Those seahorses are way cool. How big do they get?

Sorry to hear about your Betta.
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Cool. Yeah, I have always heard they are rather difficult to keep. How long have you had them?
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Kuda can get to be about 6 to 9 inches while Erectus are 5 to 7; I actually have 2 tanks for them, I moved a one with the Redei in the 30g and the other 3 are in the 30g upstairs while I wait for the Big tank to be done cycling
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