Seahorse Savvy Articles
Temperature Range for Keeping Seahorses in the Home Aquarium
What is a Good Temperature Range for Seahorses? Temperature is very important with seahorses! For most species of seahorse such as H. erectus, H. reidi, H. kuda, H. comes, H. zosterea (Dwarf seahorses), and other species...Read more
Hydroids in a Seahorse Aquarium
Learn more about Hydroids. This article will go over how to prevent and eliminate these unwanted harmful pests in Dwarf seahorse and seahorse fry systems.Read more
Choosing Your Seahorse Species and Stocking
Deciding which species to keep, especially when it is your first time keeping seahorses, is exciting and a common question new hobbyist ask. When new to seahorses, identifying species...Read more
Feeding Your Captive Bred Seahorses
Feeding-What do Captive Bred Seahorses Eat? Mysis shrimp! Feeding your seahorses properly is very important. This article will cover how to properly feed the larger commonly kept seahorse species including...Read more
Substrate in a Seahorse Aquarium-Bare Bottom vs Sand
Substrate-Sand vs Bare-bottom Choosing whether to setup your aquarium bare-bottom (no sand) or with sand is a personal preference. There are benefits to both options. Aquascaping with liverock is also...Read more
Water Flow in a Seahorse Aquarium
One of the most common misconceptions and old school thoughts with keeping seahorses is they require very low water flow. Seahorses do NOT require low water flow and having low water flow will quickly lead to problems.
Having proper water flow in saltwater aquariums is key for long term success.
Seahorse Color-Color is Not Fixed and Changes
Masters of Camoflage A common misconception about seahorses regards their color. Color in seahorses is NOT fixed and changes based on mood, surroundings, lighting, diet, age, varies with species...Read more