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Name: Kenny Chesney

Size/Category 1-Gallon

Type: Glass

Shape: Standard

List of Fish:
1 - Betta

Lighting: there are no lights and no filter



Other Accessories: there is a real plant that is like the top of the tank and a little glass fish on a ball thats on the edge of the surface of the water and a glass fish on a little pole that is in the pebbles!

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08/20/2009 10:07.28 PM Report This Comment
Welcome to the FC.Heres a vote for you.Hope you have a great time here and make alot of friends.See ya.

shannon, Temple, PA.

04/14/2008 01:38.45 PM Report This Comment
Seahorse Stats

Scientific Name: Hippocampus species
Family: Syngnathidae (Pipefishes and seahorses)
Size: 2 to 12 inches, depending on the species
Temperature: 74 to 78 degrees Fahrenheit
Origin: All oceans all over the world

Seahorse Species Profile

The seahorse is by far one of the most interesting fish the hobby has to offer. Available in sizes from the very small dwarfs, who barely reach 2 inches, some of the huge Pacific seahorses can be a foot long. Pressures on seahorses in the wild, mostly from the Chinese medicine industry (and not the pet trade), have finally resulted in their being listed on Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES). So now, all seahorses you find in your local fish stores should be aquacultured. Commercially raised seahorses are usually strong and disease-free, and they come already trained to eat frozen foods, primarily enriched Mysis shrimp.

Seahorses do best in an aquarium dedicated primarily to them, as they do not like the high light levels and water movement of reef tanks, and they cannot really compete for food with other faster fish. The ideal tank setup for seahorses is very simple, with live rock and a protein skimmer, along with frequent water changes. Water movement must be very gentle. It is most important that you provide the seahorses with plenty of sturdy fixed places where they can perch by wrapping their prehensile tails around the perches.

If conditions are to their liking, and they are well fed, seahorses will readily breed in the aquarium. The pair rise through the water column and the female deposits the eggs into the pouch that the male has; he broods the babies in his pouch, and eventually live baby seahorses are ejected, perfect little replicas of their parents, and are able to eat baby brine shrimp.

Come visit me, cichlidluver, Seahorse, frogfish & ~Clownfish~.

04/13/2008 05:17.16 PM Report This Comment
Welcome to the club. Sounds like you have a cute set up for your betta. Here is a vote.

Come visit me, Rhonda.

04/13/2008 04:42.57 PM Report This Comment

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