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SEAHORSES *SEAHORSEBT*

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SEAHORSES *SEAHORSEBT*

Post by Shannon *Admin* on Thu Nov 27, 2008 3:17 pm

THIS THREAD CONTAINS SPECIES INFORMATION ECT ON SEAHORSES..
PLEASE DO NOT POST QUESTIONS HERE, USE THE MAIN SALTWATER FISH THREAD.

THIS THREAD IS DEDICATED TO THE SINCERE PASSION AND HUSBANDRY FOR OUR MEMBER SEAHORSEBT.
HE HAS GREAT EXPERIENCE WITH DIFFERENT SEAHORSE SPECIES, AND BREEDING..PLEASE IF YOU NEED ANY HELP OR HAVE ANY QUESTIONS FEEL FREE TO PM HIM..HE WILL HELP :)oR START A NEW TOPIC IN THE MAIN SALTWATER THREAD, AND HE WILL HELP YOU THERE..


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Re: SEAHORSES *SEAHORSEBT*

Post by SeahorseBT*Moderator* on Fri Nov 28, 2008 3:33 pm

So you want to keep seahorses? First there are a few things you should know. Seahorses require...
-A tank 30 gallons or larger
-Temperatures 74*F and below
-Low flow
-Peaceful tanks mates (If any)
-Non-stinging corals (mushrooms, leather corals, gorgonians)
-One species per system
***Keep in mind that there are many different species of seahorses and the given information may vary from species to species.

Other notes:
-Seahorses do best in groups of 2 or more
-Get captive bred if you can
-Do not mix captive bred and wild caught

If you have any questions please don't hesitate to ask me.
Looking for more? Visit Seahorse.org
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