SAVVY SPECIAL-Captive Bred Tiger Tail Seahorse Pair and Single Yellow Watchman Goby
This special is for a limited time. It includes a male/female pair of captive bred Tiger Tail Seahorses, Hippocampus comes, and a single Yellow Watchman Goby.
Male and Female pair of H. comes, Tiger Tails Seahorses
Species: Hippocampus comes
Common name: Tiger Tail Seahorse
Size ~3-4 inches
We are super excited to offer captive bred Tiger Tail seahorses for the first time! They look absolutely amazing with their unique tiger striped marking tails. Color ranges from yellow, beige, and gray. Color is not fixed and changes with surroundings, mood and other factors. The markings on this batch are absolutely spectacular!
These are a hardy seahorse and great beginner seahorses. They are slower growing compared to other species such has H. Erectus. One can expect this species to reach ~5-7 inches with maturity. Like all of our captive bred seahorses, these are completely weaned to frozen Mysis shrimp.
Mature Hippocampus comes can produce up to 300-1500+ fry.
We do not recommend mixing Hippocampus comes seahorses with other seahorse species. They do best in their own species only system.
Captive Bred Yellow Watchman Goby-Crytocentrus cinctus
We are excited to offer captive bred Yellow watchman gobies. These gobies are 100% aquacultured and trained to eat small pellets such as PE pellets, TDO pellets, frozen Mysis shrimp, Calanus, and more.
Size: ~1-1.25 inches. They will reach up to 3-4 inches with maturity.
We recommend housing them individually or as a pair. Since these individuals are captive bred and a young age you can add two at one time and as they mature they will pair up and you will likely end up with a male and female pair. They are peaceful fish and friendly to keep with our captive bred seahorses. These fish are very hardy. It is best to have a cover on your aquarium as they can be jumpy!
Other common names include Yellow Prawn Goby or Yellow Shrimp Goby. They are known for forming a symbiotic relationship with Pistol shrimp. We recommend having sand in your aquarium for them (not a bare bottom aquarium).
Color varies from yellow, beige ect. Yellow Watchman gobies color up with maturity.