40 Gallon Planted Seahorse Display

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    Finzaquatics

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    Hey Everyone,

    Wanted to share my seahorse display with everyone.

    My tank is designed with my seahorses in mind. All I keep is gorgonians and a whole lot of macro algae varieties. Currently I am over 35 varieties of macro algae and the number continues to rise as I find new species available..

    Let me know your thoughts.

    Hope you like!

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    Finzaquatics

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    Here is another cool shot that I like. This picture shows the top right portion of my display.

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    salt_for_brains Alabama Reefer VIP Member

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    Looks good! Glad to have you aboard!
     
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    Big K

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    Oooooooh! Nice!

    is that a clownfish I see? I thought Seahorses had a very short list of tankmates that were compatible?
     
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    Ted Living one day at a time

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    Looks great
     
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    nice set up for seahorses love to keep them can u keep seahorses in fluval m60 ?
     
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