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Live Seahorses

28 products
Tiger-Tail Seahorse - Captive-Bred
(Hippocampus comes)
Starting at $34.99
…Provide a separate aquarium with live rock for the new born sea horses. Feed these new born freshly hatched vitamin enriched brine shrimp. The Tiger-Tail Seahorse is a slow, deliberate feeder, so fast, aggressive fish will out-compete it for food. Seahorses tend to get along with pipefish, but…
Lined Seahorse, Captive-Bred ORA®
(Hippocampus erectus)
Starting at $69.99
…fish that will out-compete the seahorse for food. These captive-bred seahorses are accustomed to frozen Mysis shrimp, making them a smart alternative to their wild-caught counterparts. They will also feed upon amphipods and other small crustaceans found in live rock. They will also accept…
Lined Seahorse - Captive-Bred
(Hippocampus erectus)
Starting at $48.99
…of the pair.Fast, aggressive fish will out-compete the Lined Seahorse for food. When first introduced into the aquarium, live saltwater feeder shrimp should be used to entice this fish to eat. These Captive-Bred Seahorses are accustomed to frozen mysis shrimp, making them a smart alternative…
Dwarf Seahorse
(Hippocampus zosterae)
Starting at $44.99
…white with little black dots.The Dwarf Seahorse requires a small, species-only aquarium and does best in groups of 4 or more. When maintaining only one or two Dwarf Seahorses, a 5-gallon aquarium is suitable; when maintaining more than 10 Dwarf Seahorses, use a 10 gallon aquarium. The smaller…
Yellow Finger Gorgonian
(Diodogorgia nodulifera)
Starting at $39.99
…to any reef aquarium, or one containing Seahorses. The Yellow Finger Gorgonian is peaceful, but it should be given adequate space away from neighboring corals or anemones. Underwater epoxy is commonly used to anchor its base to a piece of live rock in the reef aquarium. It is more challenging…
Ingen's Seahorse, Captive-Bred
(Hippocampus ingens)
Starting at $139.99
…fish that will out-compete the seahorse for food. These captive-bred seahorses are accustomed to frozen Mysis shrimp, making them a smart alternative to their wild-caught counterparts. They will also feed upon amphipods and other small crustaceans found in live rock. They will also accept…
Barbouri Seahorse, Captive-Bred ORA®
(Hippocampus barbouri)
Starting at $199.99
…fish that will out-compete the seahorse for food. These captive-bred seahorses are accustomed to frozen Mysis shrimp, making them a smart alternative to their wild-caught counterparts. They will also feed upon amphipods and other small crustaceans found in live rock. They will also accept…
Reidi Seahorse, Captive-Bred
(Hippocampus reidi)
Starting at $109.99
…of the pair.Fast, aggressive fish will out-compete the Reidi Seahorse for food. When first introduced into the aquarium, live saltwater feeder shrimp should be used to entice this fish to eat. These Captive-Bred Seahorses are accustomed to frozen mysis shrimp, making them a smart alternative…
Green Finger Algae
(Codium sp.)
Starting at $34.99
…marine aquarium landscapes with beautiful, natural "decoration." The Green Finger Algae is an attractive ornamental macroalgae that instantly softens live rock and other hardspace, giving new or sparsely stocked displays a mature, established appearance. Striking green coloration, bold architectural…
Brazilian Reidi Seahorse, Yellow
(Hippocampus reidi)
Starting at $109.99
…fish will out-compete the Brazilian Reidi Seahorse for food. When first introduced into the aquarium, live saltwater feeder shrimp should be used to entice this fish to eat. They will also feed upon amphipods, and other small crustaceans found in live rock. They are slow, deliberate feeders and…
Dragon Sea Moth
(Eurypegasus draconis)
Starting at $49.99
…to no rockwork and a live sand substrate. They are slow and methodical feeders and will only eat food that is lying on the substrate. Their ideal tankmates include seahorses, pipefishes, gobies, and dragonets. Their diet consists of amphipods, copepods, isopods, and live brine and mysis shrimp.…
Live Adult Brine Shrimp
(Artemia salina)
Starting at $16.99
Live Adult Brine Shrimp are tiny reddish brown crustaceans that are approximately 3/16" - 1/4" in length, and are farm raised in the United States. Live Artemia are an ideal food source for finicky eaters such as seahorses, pipefish, mandarinfish and other dragonets. Brine Shrimp are non-selective,…
Kuda Seahorse, Captive-Bred (Australia)
(Hippocampus kuda)
Starting at $79.99
…fish that will out-compete the seahorse for food. These captive-bred seahorses are accustomed to frozen Mysis shrimp, making them a smart alternative to their wild-caught counterparts. They will also feed upon amphipods and other small crustaceans found in live rock. They will also accept…
AlgaGen Amphipods
(Gammarus roeseli)
Starting at $9.99
Fill an essential gap in the home aquarium food chain with live amphipods! Provide vital nutrients for Cardinals, Wrasse, Butterflyfish and more! Your fish will love them.AlgaGen amphipods are aquacultured. They come from the family Gamaridae and were isolated from a particularly productive area in…
Freshwater Pipefish
(Doryichthys martensii)
Starting at $35.99
…small and using a sponge filtration system (to prevent too much live food from being drawn into the intake) will help ensure a higher concentration of live food at sufficient levels. With serious effort, pipefishes, like seahorses, can be trained to feed on frozen mysis shrimp and krill, but will…
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