General information on Kuda Seahorse
They thrive in an mated pair or small groups in an aquarium that is exclusively for species. An aquarium of medium size can accommodate one pair. Spray bars can be used to allow for gentle flow as well as eliminate stagnant areas from the aquarium. Seahorses aren’t very strong swimmers preferring to make use of their prehensile tails to attach to live rock branches or algae or even artificial decorations. Seahorses are less likely contract Vibrio bacteria-related infections when they are not subjected to temperatures that are permitted to rise above 74 degrees F. This is especially important when the aquarium is home to different species of Syngnathids. It is also important to eliminate waste and uncooked food items daily. The levels of calcium and alkalinity must be checked and maintained in order in order to keep their bony plates well-maintained.