Read about Lucie’s testing and review of the ROCKNREEFS artificial coral pieces, and whether they are suited for a seahorse tank…..
“Flow is one of the most important, and yet least understood aspects of a seahorse tank” was the response Abbie Underwood of Seahorse Source gave when asked which flow rates were best for a new seahorse display. Her quote and advice come to mind every time I am asked about flow in a seahorse tank, […]
After taking so much time to research, plan and finally set up your first seahorse tank, “D” day finally arrives! In this case, I’m referring to DELIVERY day! The seahorses are finally here! Yay! But, after acclimating the seahorses based on the seller’s instructions, the seahorses won’t even look at food. Now what? Well, first […]
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Read the article or watch the video of the Wine Wednesday with the Whisperer interview with Graham Short!
The Women in Reefing get together at MACNA 2018 was a huge success. Read more about the women who attended or watch the video here!
In a time many years ago, when it was very difficult to find information about breeding marine organisms, the MarineLife Aquarium Society of Michigan (MASM) started a project called the Marine Breeding Initiative (MBI). The MBI council was formed and included expert breeders, programmers and aquarists willing to share their experiences and knowledge with any […]
Weak Snick By Dan Underwood WHAT IS IT? Weak snick is a condition where a seahorse has difficulty sucking or is unable to suck food into its snout. It is a relatively common complaint seen on message boards and one that we often get on calls to our help desk. In mild cases, the […]
Answers to the most frequently asked questions about feeding seahorses in aquariums.
Have you ever watched seahorses courting? Most people know that seahorses break the conventional rules in breeding, in that the male carries and births the fry. There are some animal species in which the male plays a larger role in protecting the young, such as male penguins who go without eating for months in order […]