The ORA Pinto Seahorse is a result of selectively breeding the Hippocampus erectus that initially showed this mutation. It is one of the hardiest varieties and it will grow to a maximum length of 7.5”.
They display blotches of black and white throughout their body; hence their name. This color pattern may or may not be permanent.
ORA’s Pinto Seahorses will accept frozen mysis with ease and should be fed at least 2 to 3 times a day. Their diet may be supplemented by running a refugium attached to the tank.