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Old 02/21/2020, 09:50 AM   #4
ThRoewer
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From what I heard from seahorse keepers the temperature should be lower for seahorses and pipefish.
Though all the "bluestripe pipefish" species are reef fish and are found in reef biotopes and not like the majority of seahorses and pipefish in the seagrass and algae medows behind the outer reefs. So would assume that they prefer the same temperatures as other reef fish.
What is definitely important is to keep the tank and water as pristine as possible.

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