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By Richard Ross (Thales), 2005 Image 1: Adult Sepia bandensis 'begging' for food. Head/body length about 4 inches. Photo, Richard Ross Originally published in AdavancedAquarist.com, republished here with permission from the author. Why Cuttlesfish? I may be biased. Ok, I am completely...
Original publish date
Jul 15, 2005
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Richard Ross (Thales) welcomes discussion on this article in the Exotics and Rare Species forum. Octopus chierchiae is a small rarely seen octopus from Panama/Nicaragua. I was able to obtain 3 animals, 2 male and 1 female, and was able to mate them and have had a successful brood and hatching...
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Jan 2, 2009
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Best practices in cephalopod transport By Richard Ross (Thales) Several people have recently asked how I ship cephs, so I thought I would write up what I do and stick it on the blog for posterity. I am hoping to ship some cephs in the next few weeks and if I do, I will try to update this...
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Aug 6, 2011
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By Richard Ross (Thales) - first appeared in Tropical Fish Hobbyist (TFH) Magazine in 2009. He welcomes discussion of this article in our Cuttlefish Care forum. The dwarf cuttlefish, Sepia bandensis, is one of the coolest animals on the planet. It glides through the water like a little UFO...
Original publish date
Sep 15, 2009
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