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Seahorses And Pipefish

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18 products
Freshwater Pipefish
(Doryichthys martensii)
Starting at $35.99
Pipefish survival. In addition, keeping the size of the aquarium 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…
Kuda Seahorse, Captive-Bred ORA®
(Hippocampus kuda)
Starting at $99.99
…for seahorses, they can be irritated or damaged by a seahorse that continually hitches to them. Crabs and clams may pinch a seahorse causing a wound that could lead to secondary infections. Small ornamental crustaceans may be consumed by the seahorses.Avoid fish that will out-compete the seahorse
Banded Pipefish
(Doryrhamphus dactylophorus)
Starting at $29.99
The Banded Pipefish is a type of reef pipefish or flagtail pipefish. This fish is a stronger swimmer than its seahorse cousins and rarely comes into direct contact with the substrate. In the wild, the Banded Pipefish can be found swimming under rocky overhangs, corals, or close to the floor of its…
Tiger-Tail Seahorse - Captive-Bred
(Hippocampus comes)
Starting at $34.99
…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 they are a slightly faster feeder than the seahorse and may not leave behind enough food. The Captive-Bred seahorses are accustomed to…
Dragon Sea Moth
(Eurypegasus draconis)
Starting at $49.99
…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. They will also eat polychaetes,…
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…
Live Adult Brine Shrimp
(Artemia salina)
Starting at $16.99
…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, filter feeding invertebrates, and consume algae, bacteria, diatoms,…
Janss' Pipefish
(Doryrhamphus janssi)
Starting at $39.99
The Janss' Pipefish is a type of reef pipefish or flagtail pipefish. This fish is a stronger swimmer than its seahorse cousins and rarely comes into direct contact with the substrate. In the wild, the Janss' Pipefish can be found swimming under rocky overhangs, corals, or close to the floor of its…
Dragonface Pipefish
(Corythoichthys sp.)
Starting at $26.99
…is 50 gallons or larger. It may be kept with small, shy fish such as small gobies, seahorses, dragonets, and firefish. Aggressive, territorial, or fast-moving fish do not make good companions. The Dragonface Pipefish is slightly more tolerant of corals and larger fish, but can be harmed by anemones…
Bluestripe Pipefish
(Doryrhamphus excisus)
Starting at $27.99
…on the snouts of mature males.It may be kept with small, shy fish such as small gobies, seahorses, dragonets, and firefish. Aggressive, territorial, or fast-moving fish do not make good companions. Pipefish will be harmed by anemones and corals with stinging tentacles or corals that are large enough…
Yellow Multibanded Pipefish
(Doryrhamphus pessuliferus)
Starting at $29.99
The Yellow Multibanded Pipefish is a type of reef pipefish or flagtail pipefish. This fish is a stronger swimmer than its seahorse cousins and rarely comes into direct contact with the substrate. In the wild, the Yellow Multibanded Pipefish can be found swimming under rocky overhangs, corals, or…
Ocean Nutrition Cyclops Frozen Food
(3726)
Starting at $1.99
…marine fish larvae (fry). This naturally nutritious fish food is also an excellent choice for marine filter-feeding invertebrates, corals, seahorses, pipefish, and other fish with smaller mouths.Cyclops in Ocean Nutrition Cyclops Frozen Fish Food are carefully cleaned, then flash frozen to ensure…
Barbouri Seahorse, Captive-Bred ORA®
(Hippocampus barbouri)
Starting at $199.99
…for seahorses, they can be irritated or damaged by a seahorse that continually hitches to them. Crabs and clams may pinch a seahorse causing a wound that could lead to secondary infections. Small ornamental crustaceans may be consumed by the seahorses.Avoid fish that will out-compete the seahorse
Lined Seahorse, Captive-Bred ORA®
(Hippocampus erectus)
Starting at $69.99
…for seahorses, they can be irritated or damaged by a seahorse that continually hitches to them. Crabs and clams may pinch a seahorse causing a wound that could lead to secondary infections. Small ornamental crustaceans may be consumed by the seahorses.Avoid fish that will out-compete the seahorse
Ingen's Seahorse, Captive-Bred
(Hippocampus ingens)
Starting at $139.99
…for seahorses, they can be irritated or damaged by a seahorse that continually hitches to them. Crabs and clams may pinch a seahorse causing a wound that could lead to secondary infections. Small ornamental crustaceans may be consumed by the seahorses.Avoid fish that will out-compete the seahorse
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