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extensive bibliography for cephalopod husbandry

monty

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I stumbled on this in a google search:

http://netvet.wustl.edu/species/amphib/reptiler.txt

In addition to reptiles and amphibians, it has a huge section on keeping cephalopods for biological research. Since it's a government publication and has no copyright notice, I'm going to attach a copy so we have an archive lest it vanish from that location.

 

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