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Old 02-28-2006, 08:03 PM   #1
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Here is a picture of my seahorse that seems to like hanging out in my bubble coral.I think i better keep the bubble well fed.
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Excellent photo!
How many seahorses do you have?
Do you keep males and females, and if so have they bred?
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I really cant tell but i think there is 2 males and 2 females, this is a pic of a "Seahorse Merry Go Round"
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Last one to the Mysis is a rotten egg
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Nice. How long have you had them?
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I have had 2 for 3 months and 2 for 6 months . They are pretty aggressive feeders, they usualy come close to the top at feeding time.They seem really healthy any tips on breeding.
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I have had 2 for 3 months and 2 for 6 months . They are pretty aggressive feeders, they usualy come close to the top at feeding time.They seem really healthy any tips on breeding.
I've never bred them, so I don't have any tips for you. A local reefer that I know actually consolidated all of her seahorses to one sex because they were a little too promiscuous and were having tons of babies.
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Consolidated? how. Somebody was asking if it was easy to keep seahorses so far it has been for me.
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A local reefer that I know actually consolidated all of her seahorses to one sex

Maybe she should go into the sex change buisness and make tons of money...
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Maybe I should have worded that a little differently
What I mant was that they had removed all of the seahorses of one sex to prevent them from breeding anymore.
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