Cuttlefish Availablity

Thales

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We don't have any cuttles at the moment. Actually, I do still have one male from the last breeding group. I should figure out how old he is. :smile:
Wild eggs should be available soon too.
 

jkitawasson

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Hi,
I have a young bandensis I'm selling it's almost 4 months old and about 2 inches, eating like crazy on amphipods and copepods. I bought it as an egg from cuttlefish guy so I know the age of this cuttle. I'm selling it for $150.00 plus $60 shipping and unfortunetly I can't guaranty live arrival. We all know how these guys ship. (please excuse my spelling) Thanks
 

monty

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TOMTOM;125669 said:
TWO Sepia kobiensis @ Exotic Aquaria in Olympia, WA

Thanks, and :welcome:

I've never seen that species listed in the US before, at least not recently. (Or maybe I'm getting senile.) I don't have my references handy, so I don't remember how big they get...
 

Thales

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monty;125728 said:
Thanks, and :welcome:

I've never seen that species listed in the US before, at least not recently. (Or maybe I'm getting senile.) I don't have my references handy, so I don't remember how big they get...


I highly doubt they were S. kobiensis. Recently they have been listed on wholesale supply lists from Bali, but they don't occur around Bali. :biggrin2:

They do look similar, which I would guess is where the confusion may come from.
 

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