Thanks for the tip and by the way I looked up the species in the book "seahorses and their relatives" which I recommed. His mouth is too small for brine or mysis so he eats microplakton in the tank. Now my males ( william. I always have strange names for my seahorses like sarah, hector, suzane, and nigel)is looking bigger than ever. Now I’m almost positive he’s pregnant. I should be getting them any where from 4-14+ days. They are thriving in the new tank! I may not get the reidis my LFS sells because the mustangs my just make their own tank mates!! By the way how do I get pics to show up on this website? I have a Kodak EasyShare but aparently its not so easy to share.
Post edited by: nigelseahorse, at: 2007/01/13 06:01