• Seahorse Information
  • Seahorses are extremely well known and highly desirable fish, but they are very hard to keep alive and should only be attempted by advanced aquarists.

    Seahorses require a specialized diet of food such as brine shrimp and copepods. Also Seahorses are very timid eaters, so they cannot be housed with fish that are aggressive eaters, or they will starve. Seahorses also are not the best swimmers, so they should not be in tanks with high flow rates.

    Seahorses need an aquarium that had various branching structures for them to hold on to. Some fish such are Pipefish are great tank mates for Seahorses, since they both require similar foods and need a low flow environment.

    Below is the full list of all the Seahorse species that we keep in our inventory. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions about if a Seahorse will be a good fit for your tank, or if you want to know more about a certain species of Seahorse.

    For AI, Algae Free, Aquatic Life, Aquatop, Aqueon, Benepets, Boyd, Bubble Magus, CoralVue, Current, Danner, DD, Ecotech, Eshopps, Fritz, Hagen, Hikari, Hydor, Hydros, IceCap, Innovative Marine, JBJ, Kamoer, Kessil, Lifegard Aquatics, Maxspect, Neptune Systems, New Life Spectrum, Nyos, Piscine Energetics, PolypLab, Red Sea, Reef Octopus, Sicce, Trigger Systems and Vivid Creative products we will price match any online retailers price if in stock. Please contact us to have the price adjusted...