Discussion in 'ASAP' started by BMXCLAY, Jan 4, 2010.
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How can i get rid of it fast in my seahorse tank......it already killed one seahorse.
How old is the tank? You shouldnt have any No2. The only "quick fix" that you can do is a WC.
do a water change, I know that there sensitive to params and such but im not to sure thats high enough to do something to your seahorse there could be another problem.
a year old
is it nitrites? or nitrates?
Seeing that you have multiple tanks, transfer the Seahorse to one of they other ones. Seahorse are very sensitive to Nh3 and No2.
one is cycling and the other is to vulnerable with coral and what not
could i set them up in a water pitcher with air flow......
As a temporary fix, yes, but if he's in there for a longer period of time. Do small WC's to keep the water fresh.
get a plastic cage of some sort, drill holes in it, and float it in the coral tank with the seahorses in it
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