Re:New with lots of questions :)


I think a nano cube would be an ideal choice for a beginer. An erectus would be a good beginer seahorse(that was my first seahorse) they are hardy and easy to keep. As long as it is feed mysis shrimp, has places to hitch on to, and perform monthly water changes it should be fine. Also before introdusing any seahorses, gobies or crabs, keep some damselfish in for about 2 weeks or until ammonia goes down. ( buy a test kit at your local fish store for nitrite, nitrate, pH, ammonia,and alkilinity)

best of luck to your new tank!

Post edited by: nigelseahorse, at: 2006/04/28 23:21

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