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 Yolanda Reales on 16th Feb 2018

    Thanks so much they came home healthy are happy

  • 5
    It was perfect thanks

    Posted by christopher Vaylon on 16th Feb 2018

    My daughter was so happy thanks !

  • 5

    Posted by Maria Walker on 8th Feb 2018

    Thank you. I'm graduated and happy!

  • 5
    Dwarf Seahores

    Posted by Albert on 3rd Feb 2018

    This was my first time ordering I am please except for the Ups shipping. These seahorses are amazing thanks Foxy Saltwaters.

  • 5
    Mated Pair

    Posted by David Machynski on 1st Feb 2018

    Beautiful healthy looking eating well very satisfied with Jason this is my second time dealing with him

  • 5
    Mated pair dwarf seahorses with pregnant male

    Posted by Sam campbell on 1st Feb 2018

    They showed up in great condition and i already have babies in two days. Started eating immediately

  • 5
    As advertised

    Posted by Frank Incognito on 21st Jan 2018

    I received the two mate pairs +1 extra pair. And they were pregnant. One was so pregnant that it gave birth the very next night. All seahorses are health and beautiful.

  • 5
    Dwarf seahorses

    Posted by Alejandra Rocha on 20th Jan 2018

    Im very happy with my purchase. Sea horses were in great shape when they arrived. We now have baby sea horses and they are so adorable. I will definitely purchase from here again.

  • 5
    Pair of Dwarf seahorses with pregnant male

    Posted by Corri on 9th Dec 2017

    A healthy, happy and active pair of Dwarf seahorses arrived safely. The babies are adorable. It is so amazing to watch these little guys eat and interact with each other.