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Hippocampus whitei (White’s Seahorse) Approx. 2”
*Females Only
Seahorses belong to the family Syngnathidae (meaning “fused jaw), along with pipefish, pipehorses, and the rarer sea dragons. White’s Seahorse is a very unique seahorse. With their high coronet and large spines, one might akin them to a miniature aquatic dragon.
These seahorses are found in a wide array of habitats in the wild, from grass flats, shallow coral and oyster reefs, mangrove estuaries, and even living around man-made structures such as docks, seawalls, bridges, and pylons for their entire lives. This allows for many creative options when deciding on what tank theme to choose. Although this species does appreciate gorgonians, sponges, and corals in its habitat more so than other seahorse species. With their masterful camouflage combined with a prehensile tail and turreted eyes, one cannot help but vaguely compare them to a chameleon.

The diet of the White’s Seahorse consists of live copepods, amphipods, brine shrimp, and marine feeder shrimps. These H. whitei accept frozen foods such as frozen brine and mysis since they are captive bred, but its diet should still be supplemented with live feedings at least once a week. This species does best being fed 2-3 times per day instead of a single large feeding.
White’s Seahorses are a somewhat moderately sized species, reaching about 5 inches in length, with an adult size of 4 inches not being uncommon. A single individual or pair should be kept in nothing less than a 29 gal, and no more than 4 per 55 gallons. This seahorse (like most other Syngnathids) prefers to be kept communally in pairs or small groups. Plenty of hiding places within the tank are necessary to make your seahorse feel secure. This species can be housed with other peaceful fishes, as long as they are not large enough to see the seahorse as a prey item, or out-compete the seahorse for food during feeding time.

Hippocampus kuda (Spotted or Yellow Seahorse)

*Females Only

Seahorses belong to the family Syngnathidae (meaning “fused jaw), along with pipefish, pipehorses, and the rarer sea dragons.The Spotted Seahorse is one of the most iconic seahorses. This species can express a wide range of coloration and patterns, making for a beautiful and unique species that is sure to be enjoyed by all.
These seahorses are found in a wide array of habitats in the wild, from grass flats, shallow coral and oyster reefs, mangrove estuaries, and even living around man-made structures such as docks, seawalls, bridges, and pylons for their entire lives. This allows for many creative options when deciding on what tank theme to choose. With their masterful camouflage combined with a prehensile tail and turreted eyes, one cannot help but vaguely compare them to a chameleon.

The diet of the Spotted Seahorse consists of live copepods, amphipods, brine shrimp, and marine feeder shrimps. These H. kuda accept frozen foods such as frozen brine and mysis since they are captive bred, but its diet should still be supplemented with live feedings at least once a week. This species does best being fed 2-3 times per day instead of a single large feeding.
Spotted Seahorses can achieve almost 12 inches in length, with an adult size 7-8 inches not being uncommon. A single individual or pair should be kept in nothing less than a 29 gal, and no more than 4 per 55 gallons. This seahorse (like most other Syngnathids) prefers to be kept communally in pairs or small groups. Plenty of hiding places within the tank are necessary to make your seahorse feel secure. This species can be housed with other peaceful fishes, as long as they are not large enough to see the seahorse as a prey item, or out-compete the seahorse for food during feeding time.

Blue Bio-Pad Bonded Filter Media

One inch thick. Good for trapping fine debris and material. Can be cut to any size needed. It is most effective for mechanical filtration. May be used in ponds or in fresh and saltwater filters like sumps, wet/dry systems, canister filters, and power filters.

White side captures finer particles and should be placed in front of water flow.
Blue side captures finer particles and should be placed behind the water flow.

Can be cut into two 6 square inch pads, or cut to fit your application.

Hippocampus reidi (Longsnout Seahorse)

*Females Only

Seahorses belong to the family Syngnathidae (meaning “fused jaw), along with pipefish, pipehorses, and the rarer sea dragons.The Longsnout Seahorse is one of the most sought-after seahorses for home aquaria. Their elegant appearance, beautiful coloration, and gracile movements can mesmerize their owners and provide hours of enjoyment.

These seahorses are found in a wide array of habitats in the wild, from grass flats, shallow coral and oyster reefs, mangrove estuaries, and even living around man-made structures such as docks, seawalls, bridges, and pylons for their entire lives. This allows for many creative options when deciding on what tank theme to choose. With their masterful camouflage combined with a prehensile tail and turreted eyes, one cannot help but vaguely compare them to a chameleon.

The diet of the Longsnout Seahorse consists of live copepods, amphipods, brine shrimp, and marine feeder shrimps. These H. reidi accept frozen foods such as frozen brine and mysis since they are captive bred, but its diet should still be supplemented with live feedings at least once a week. This speciesdoes best being fed 2-3 times per day instead of a single large feeding.

Longsnout Seahorses can achieve almost 7 inches in length, with an adult size 5-6 inches not being uncommon. A single individual or pair should be kept in nothing less than a 29 gal, and no more than 4 per 55 gallons. This seahorse (like most other Syngnathids) prefers to be kept communally in pairs or small groups. Plenty of hiding places within the tank are necessary to make your seahorse feel secure. This species can be housed with other peaceful fishes, as long as they are not large enough to see the seahorse as a prey item, or out-compete the seahorse for food during feeding time.

Tetra is a large green marine alga with a flagellated cell body. It has very high lipid level and contains natural amino acids that stimulate feeding in marine animals. It is a good size to feed rotifers, copepods, bivalves, corals, and excellent algae to have in a refugium.

Tetra is a large green marine alga with a flagellated cell body. It has very high lipid level and contains natural amino acids that stimulate feeding in marine animals. It is a good size to feed rotifers, copepods,
bivalves, corals, and excellent algae to have in a refugium.

Commonly known as Tiger copepods, these large harpacticoid copepods are an excellent source of food for many reef fish such as mandarins, pipefish, seahorses, butterfly fish, and many others. Adult females can reach 1500 microns in size. The adults tend to cling to substrate and surfaces such as live rock and the sides of the tank, as well as the water column, which makes them easy pickings for your tank’s inhabitants. High in fatty acids, these are an enticing meal that will provide your fish with the proper nutrition they need to live a long, healthy life. Commonly found in tide pools in the wild, they can tolerate a wide range of salinities, temperatures, and water conditions. Which makes them great for stock a refugium. If you have new arrivals that are finicky feeders, these are sure to get them eating and keep them happy!

1 gallon (minimum 24,000 pods per gallon)

Commonly known as Tiger copepods, these large harpacticoid copepods are an excellent source of food for many reef fish such as mandarins, pipefish, seahorses, butterfly fish, and many others. Adult females can reach 1500 microns in size. The adults tend to cling to substrate and surfaces such as live rock and the sides of the tank, as well as the water column, which makes them easy pickings for your tank’s inhabitants. High in fatty acids, these are an enticing meal that will provide your fish with the proper nutrition they need to live a long, healthy life. Commonly found in tide pools in the wild, they can tolerate a wide range of salinities, temperatures, and water conditions. Which makes them great for stock a refugium. If you have new arrivals that are finicky feeders, these are sure to get them eating and keep them happy!

1 quart (minimum 6,000 pods per quart)

Commonly known as Tiger copepods, these large harpacticoid copepods are an excellent source of food for many reef fish such as mandarins, pipefish, seahorses, butterfly fish, and many others. Adult females can reach 1500 microns in size. The adults tend to cling to substrate and surfaces such as live rock and the sides of the tank, as well as the water column, which makes them easy pickings for your tank’s inhabitants. High in fatty acids, these are an enticing meal that will provide your fish with the proper nutrition they need to live a long, healthy life. Commonly found in tide pools in the wild, they can tolerate a wide range of salinities, temperatures, and water conditions. Which makes them great for stock a refugium. If you have new arrivals that are finicky feeders, these are sure to get them eating and keep them happy!

1 pint (minimum 3,000 pods per pint)

The API® SALTWATER MASTER TEST KIT measures the 4 most important saltwater parameters – pH, ammonia, nitrite, and nitrate – to enable easy testing of your tank’s natural cycle, and to aid in maintaining a thriving saltwater aquarium. Testing is fast, easy, and accurate, yielding precise results, and comes with 4 glass test tubes with snap-tight caps and a convenient holding tub for easy storage. This kit also includes a complete, step-by-step instructional booklet with a color chart that provides information on how to correct unsafe water conditions. Each SALTWATER MASTER TEST KIT will conduct 550+ tests, so you can get the most out of your kit for years of fast, accurate water testing.

We recommend that you take a few minutes each week to monitor your aquarium conditions and create a better underwater world for your fish. Testing your aquarium water has never been so easy or accurate!

Contains 550 tests and includes 6 test solutions, easy-to-ready instructions, 4 glass test tubes and color chart

OVERVIEW:

  • Tests for high-range pH, ammonia, nitrite & nitrate
  • It protects saltwater aquarium fish & invertebrates
  • This four-in-one test kit comes with four test tubes
  • Includes waterproof holding tray for testing bottles
  • Includes test tube rack and complete instructions

Product Instructions

With flat rate pricing and free shipping via FedEx 2nd Day, our Supersaver Program is a great way to get the best and freshest fiddler crabs available. Supersaver option can only be shipped Monday- Wednesday and order must be placed no later than 1 p.m. EST to ship same day.

These PUGnacious and colorful little saltwater crabs have a variety of uses. From being excellent sand-sifters in your tidal aquaria, to prime bait for sheepshead and other fish during outings where landing the big one is the priority! Or perhaps you would just like to add some diversity to your animal’s diet. These crunchy critters make the perfect snack for everything from fish to eels to lizards.

Fun Fact: My old quince monitor’s favorite snack was fiddler crabs. These and fresh crawfish were the only things that she’d eat during the end of her ovulation cycle in the spring.

With flat rate pricing and free shipping via Fed Ex 2 Day Delivery, our Supersaver Program is a great way to get our fiddler crabs at a great price.

Please Note: While your animals should arrive in good shape with Fed Ex 2nd Day, this product is not subject to our Live Arrival Guarantee.

With flat rate pricing and free shipping via FedEx 2nd Day, our Supersaver Program is a great way to get the best and freshest fiddler crabs available. Supersaver option can only be shipped Monday- Wednesday and order must be placed no later than 1 p.m. EST to ship same day.

These PUGnacious and colorful little saltwater crabs have a variety of uses. From being excellent sand-sifters in your tidal aquaria, to prime bait for sheepshead and other fish during outings where landing the big one is the priority! Or perhaps you would just like to add some diversity to your animal’s diet. These crunchy critters make the perfect snack for everything from fish to eels to lizards.

Fun Fact: My old quince monitor’s favorite snack was fiddler crabs. These and fresh crawfish were the only things that she’d eat during the end of her ovulation cycle in the spring.

With flat rate pricing and free shipping via Fed Ex 2 Day delivery, our Supersaver Program is a great way to get our fiddler crabs at a great price.

Please Note: While your animals should arrive in good shape with FedEx 2nd Day, this product is not subject to our Live Arrival Guarantee.

With flat rate pricing and free shipping via FedEx 2nd Day, our Supersaver Program is a great way to get the best and freshest fiddler crabs available. Supersaver option can only be shipped Monday- Wednesday and order must be placed no later than 1 p.m. EST to ship same day.

These PUGnacious and colorful little saltwater crabs have a variety of uses. From being excellent sand-sifters in your tidal aquaria, to prime bait for sheepshead and other fish during outings where landing the big one is the priority! Or perhaps you would just like to add some diversity to your animal’s diet. These crunchy critters make the perfect snack for everything from fish to eels to lizards.

Fun Fact: My old quince monitor’s favorite snack was fiddler crabs. These and fresh crawfish were the only things that she’d eat during the end of her ovulation cycle in the spring.

With flat rate pricing and free shipping via Fed Ex 2 Day delivery, our Supersaver Program is a great way to get our fiddler crabs at a great price.

Please Note: While your animals should arrive in good shape with FedEx 2nd Day, this product is not subject to our Live Arrival Guarantee.

REEF-SPEC™ Carbon

The Red Sea REEF-SPEC Carbon filter media will provide your aquarium with the best water quality which is suitable for freshwater, marine and reef aquariums. This media is cost-efficient as it lasts longer than other carbons of a lower quality. REEF-SPEC assures that specific organic pollutants will be extracted in reef aquariums, with enormously low phosphate leakage and minimal ash content. This also assures that the pH in your aquarium water will not be affected. This Carbon filter media has a high total absorption capacity and includes one filter bag.

Red Sea REEF-SPEC™ Carbon is the ultimate choice for marine & reef aquariums due to its unique technical characteristics.
Red Sea REEF-SPEC™ Carbon’s granule size and its micro/macro porous structure, ensures a very high total adsorption capacity and rapid extraction of the specific organic pollutants that are found in Reef aquariums.

REEF-SPEC™ Carbon has extremely low phosphate leaching and minimal ash content while also not affecting the pH of aquarium water.
Red Sea REEF-SPEC™ Carbon needs replacing less frequently than carbons that are not reef-specific or are of a lower quality and represents an effective, cost-efficient solution for providing the very best water quality in marine & reef aquariums.

OVERVIEW:

  • Rapid removal of organic pollutants
  • High total adsorption capacity
  • Ultra-Low phosphate output
  • Ultra-Low ash content
  • Suitable for Marine & Freshwater
  • Filter Bag included

Ich-X® SW

Ich-X® SW offers effective treatment of marine ich-related issues with a non-staining formula that has been thoroughly tested in a number of marine environments.

To treat, dose one (1) teaspoon (~5 mL) of Ich-X® SW to 10 gallons (38L) of actual water in system. Care should be taken to avoid over-dosing and the addition of aeration during treatment is always helpful.

DO NOT OVERDOSE – this means you should calculate the actual amount of water in your tank by multiplying the length x width x height and dividing by 238 to get the true gallons. Please also deduct the amount of space consumed by substrate (gravel, sand, etc.) rock, decorations or other things which are displacing water.

WARNING: DO NOT ALLOW TO FREEZE – If you find crystalized material under the seal of the bottle when opening or noticeable clumps in the material when poured out, the product has been frozen and should not be used. When frozen the active ingredient can become lethal to fish.

Hikari Ich-X Saltwater contains a proprietary, reef-tested formula that quickly and effectively treats disease conditions caused by Marine Ich, Marine Fungi, Protozoans, and Flukes. Clear formula will not stain or discolor corals or tank silicone. Specially formulated for marine aquariums.

4 fl oz treats 240 gallons.

16 fl oz treats 960 gallons.

OVERVIEW:

  • Treats protozoan issues
  • Treats marine ich (Cryptocaryoniasis), marine velvet/gold dust (Amyloodinium)
  • Can treat certain metazoan issues
  • Controls common external fungal issues (saprolegniasis)
  • Ready to use and highly effective

Ich-X®

Ich-X® uses the most widely respected formulation for the treatment of ich, using a less toxic form of malachite green, making it less taxing on biological action and safe for scaleless and sensitive fish such as Corydoras.

For Aquariums: To treat “ich” disease (ichthyophthiriasis) of freshwater fishes and “marine ich” disease (cryptocaryonaisis) of marine fishes, add one (1) teaspoon (~5 mL) of Ich-X® to 10 gallons (38L) of aquarium water.

DO NOT OVERDOSE – this means you should calculate the actual amount of water in your tank by multiplying the length x width x height and dividing by 238 to get the true gallons. Please also deduct the amount of space consumed by substrate (gravel, sand, etc.) rock, decorations or other things which are displacing water.

WARNING: DO NOT ALLOW TO FREEZE – If you find green crystals under the seal of the bottle when opening or noticeable clumps in the material when poured out, the product has been frozen and should not be used. When frozen the active ingredient can become lethal to fish.

OVERVIEW:

  • Contains a safer, more effective form of Malachite Green
  • Treats protozoan-caused disease conditions
  • Controls fungal issues
  • Can be used safely on scaleless fish
  • Highly effective proven formulation
  • Less stressful to fish and bio-action
  • Can safely be used down to 50ºF