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vlangel
12/17/2015, 04:49 PM
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All my guys eat from the feed trough, even the pipefish.

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12/17/2015, 07:35 PM
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All my guys eat from the feed trough, even the pipefish.

Oww this is gold!
I always wanted to have pipefish but never came across captive breed one in where i am staying. I've been keeping a captive breed seahorse which feeds on frozen mysis so its alot easier :D

Would love to know how you get it to feed and what are you feeding them with?

vlangel
12/17/2015, 09:09 PM
Oww this is gold!
I always wanted to have pipefish but never came across captive breed one in where i am staying. I've been keeping a captive breed seahorse which feeds on frozen mysis so its alot easier :D

Would love to know how you get it to feed and what are you feeding them with?
My seahorses and pipefish are all captive bred as well. I bought them from Ocean Rider and they came trained to eat frozen mysis. I sometimes offer enriched ghost shrimp or brine shrimp as a treat and stimulation.