Reviews on Seahorses

Black Histrix - Wild - Large

Black Histrix - Wild - Large

Large sized Black Seahorse. Wild from Indonesia

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Cleaner Pipefish

Cleaner Pipefish

All pipe fish have an elongate bodies encased in bony rings. No pelvic fins but most have pectoral fins and a single dorsal fin. Tube like mouth with no teeth. Small gill openings. Syngnathids can move their eyes independently (like chameleons).Pipe fishes inhabit sheltered areas in coral reefs, sea grass…

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ORA Paired Seahorses - Yellow Reidi

ORA Paired Seahorses - Yellow Reidi

Brazilian Seahorses are actually an Atlantic species with a wide range. They occur from as far north the Carolinas, Bermuda and south to Brazil. They are known in the hobby as Brazilian Seahorses because in the past many colorful wild specimens were imported form Brazil.The Brazilian variety of H. reidi…

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ORA Seahorse - Kuda (unsexed)

ORA Seahorse - Kuda (unsexed)

Captive Bred and Eating Frozen Mysis.

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Pipefish - Alligator

Pipefish - Alligator

These green colored Pipefish have an elongated body. They like to float upside down or rightside up within long strands of seagrass. They should be provided the same environment as a Seahorse.

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Pipefish - Reef

Pipefish - Reef

This light colored Pipefish likes a sandy bottom and plenty of rockwork. They can be kept in groups.Photo by Saltwaterfish.com member, Nigel Wallace.

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Seahorse - Aquacultured Yellow Reidi

Seahorse - Aquacultured Yellow Reidi

These Seahorses are Yellow with dark and white markings. They are captive bred animals that are already eating frozen brine shrimp and mysis. Please note that the coloration is somewhat dependent on their surroundings. Yellow/orange holdfasts, gorgonians, and sponges will bring out the coloration.These seahorses are still in their juvenile…

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Seahorse - Black Reidi Captive Bred

Seahorse - Black Reidi Captive Bred

Captive Bred Black Reidi. Eating Frozen MysisThey are captive bred animals that are already eating frozen brine shrimp and mysis. Please note that the coloration is somewhat dependent on their surroundings.These seahorses are still in their juvenile stage and cannot accurately be sexed.Photograph by saltwaterfish.com member Cleve_seahorse

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