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    Errr, something just killed all three seahorses. I'm guessing it's a bacterial infection. Well I am without seahorses.

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    Dude I'm so bummed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Manchestercity View Post
    Errr, something just killed all three seahorses. I'm guessing it's a bacterial infection. Well I am without seahorses.
    That sucks. Were they wild or captive bred?

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    They were captive bred. I'm going to have to rethink the filtration. I currently am using a reef octopus hang on the back skimmer and it never really pulls out any gunk. Might try a canister filter instead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Manchestercity View Post
    They were captive bred. I'm going to have to rethink the filtration. I currently am using a reef octopus hang on the back skimmer and it never really pulls out any gunk. Might try a canister filter instead.
    aquamaxx has an amazing HOB, but I would do both the canister and the HOB

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    Yeah I'm going to run both. I should have enough room to snake the intake and outtake lines around the skimmer.

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    I would love seahorses


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    They really aren't that difficult. Just make sure there's nothing that will sting them. Pretty much no corals.

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