Common Seahorse 2 pair

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10.00 LBS
 Common Seahorse 2 pair

Common Sea Horses are wild caught.  It is best to have live food for ready for them you receive them.  Often I have them trained to eat frozen gut loaded with SELCO BOOST.  I also suggest having that product on hand to offer what they have been used to getting. This is 2 males and 2 females.

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  • 5
    I am in awe!

    Posted by Melissa Lunsford on 26th Jan 2018

    I just received my shipment this morning. They are gorgeous. The picture doesn't do them justice. Since they are wild caught, I expected to have a problem getting them to eat anything besides live shrimp. All 4 are already eating enriched frozen brine shrimp and seem to be content. I would most definitely purchase them again and recommend them to anyone else.

  • 5
    2 Pair Common Seahorses

    Posted by Corri on 9th Dec 2017

    They arrived beautiful and frisky. Be sure to have some live marine goods on hand for them. It is fun to watch them flirt with each other.

  • 5
    Beautiful Seahorses

    Posted by Billie Anglin on 6th Dec 2017

    I received my 2 pair of seahorses and I was very surprised by their size! They were huge and healthy and began eating right away.

  • 5
    Common Seahorse 2 Pair

    Posted by Darryl Hey on 8th Jul 2017

    Great! arrived quickly packaged well and after acclimation they loved there new home started eating right away .
    Very Happy!

  • 5
    2 pair seahorses

    Posted by Marita on 8th Jul 2017

    Healthy, handsome and hungry. Grateful for such good packages

  • 5

    Posted by Don McCormick on 8th Jul 2017

    Sixth order and have not been disappointed. Great critters

  • 5
    What a Great and Healthy SeaHorse

    Posted by Canelo on 13th May 2017

    Arrived very well packaged and Lightning Fast!!! Sadly one came D OA, but a credit was quickly put in my account. They started to eat very fast and from the water column. PLEASE, before buying this specimens, have a good environment for them to avoid any unnecessary lost. Gorgonias and places where they can hitch are required. Read a LOT about them to know what you need before they arrive. Low flow areas are needed so that can "rest" and catch their food. Regular substrate cleaning to get rid of the uneaten food, covered pumps and overflow boxes and preferably, grass where they can graze for live food (if possible). Thank You Jason for your attention and sending me absolutely Majestic specimens. I custom built a SeaHorse tank for this guys! Buying more soon!

  • 4

    Posted by RON on 16th Apr 2017

    t.hree survived and one died, they came in eating well and are doing well, very satisfied

  • 5
    common seahorse 2 pair

    Posted by Mike Newby on 9th Apr 2017

    I got the four seahorse I have had them know for a month they seem to be adapting to captivity well I am feeding them frozen Mysis shrimp and frozen brine shrimp I received the seahorse on 03/07/2017