Dwarf Sea Horse-Mated Pair, The male is pregnant!

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Dwarf Sea Horse-Mated Pair, The male is pregnant!

Dwarf Sea Horse - Scientific name Hippocampus Zosterae

It may be best if these little guys are in a tank just for them so they do not have to compete for food. I recommend feeding them newly hatched brine shrimp with the Artemia species being the best quality. I would also suggest a tank with a low current and no coral. If they attach to coral it may burn them.


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  • 5

    Posted by CoolGirl on 25th Sep 2021

    This Beautiful Pregnant pair is AWESOME! The Pregnant male Dwarf Seahorse gave birth to 11 fry on the way. I put the bag of Dwarves in the water to let them adjust. Once they adjusted to the water I let them in and at once they hitched to the coral. The male Dwarf Seahorse waited to be in the tank to give birth to 3 more FRY!!! Also, Foxysaltwatertropical gave me an EXTRA PAIR of Dwarf Seahorses. Thank YOU Foxysaltwatertropical FOR THESE WONDERFUL DWARF SEAHORSES!!!!!!!!!

  • 5
    Great Customer Service

    Posted by Bryan Stewart on 27th Aug 2021

    My seahorse were delivered fast and were all healthy as normally. I would not shop for any saltwater fish unless it's sold by mysaltwaterfishstore.com

  • 5
    They are beautiful and wonderful but I've got a problem of what I'm doing wrong I can't get them to live so when I order again I'm going to get bigger ones I don't know what I'm doing wrong but I'm going to get a bigger aquarium and when I do that ho

    Posted by Hilda Owens on 16th Jul 2021

    I really appreciate you and I really want to have me some seahorses to live so if you can please let me know what I can do to help them live and thank you

  • 5

    Posted by GQS on 17th Apr 2021

    These guys are so darn cute! We felt really badly for the male, he looked so uncomfortable. However, the next day he birthed the babies which are incredibly tiny! 11 little mouths to feed!

    A good hint I received from someone is to keep the bottom of the tank bare. That way the health and care of the babies is made easier since they would otherwise "disappear" by blending into the substrate. The horses don't seem to care as long as they have something to hold onto. The babies were eating newly hatched brine shrimp the same day they were born and would grab onto each other or to the adults and hitch a ride! Comical!

  • 5
    Product is as described

    Posted by Micah Rozier on 25th Mar 2021

    Good healthy product

  • 5
    Mated pair dwarf seahorses

    Posted by Monique Lanier on 19th Mar 2021

    Had them almost a week now and they are doing great. I bought 2 sets and one already had there fry. Most survived and they are about 4 days old now. Foxy saltwater dwarfs are top notch and I have bought from a couple sellers. He has my business from now on.

  • 3
    Dwarf Seahorses

    Posted by Madeline A on 7th Mar 2021

    One of my d-seahorses arrived dead unfortunately, but the other two are thriving! Thank you.

  • 5
    Sea horse

    Posted by Ray Hall on 27th Feb 2021

    They arrived all in great shape and as promised. Had two day and going well!

  • 5
    Dwarf sea horses mated pair

    Posted by Valerie on 6th Feb 2021

    So happy with my order again! They are beautiful and healthy. They also came with an extra surprise!! Thank you.