I've currently got a pretty standard 55G community tank with a scopas tang, orange tail damsel, two perc clowns and a bi-colour angel. There's 45KG of rock and a few corilamorphs and button polyps.
I'd like to "convert" to a seahorse tank. The tank is way too crouded with live rock and the current is pretty rapid (two 1200L/hr power heads, a HOB
skimmer and a canister filter).
Can someone please guide me as to what's needed to keep seahorses? I'd like to get rid of maybe half the rock so that tank opens up really nicely but am concerned about maintaining sufficient bio filter. How much live rock does a 55G need to maintain a healthy bio filter? If you look at my gallery you'll see how packed it is. I'm also looking to get rid of the tang and the damsel, but keep the bi-colour angel and the two clowns. I may go and add something like a goby to keep the sand turned over too.
Maybe there's some guide to keeping seahorses as well somewhere?