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Flamboyant cuttlefish

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Hi could someone tell me if these cuttlefish look healthy? The big does not have the same coloration as the small ones. Thanks for your help Tom
 

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Cthulhu
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:confused: when healthy, they are usually pretty vibrant, and have movements with purpose. What's his/her activity like?
 

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Blue Ring
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Dont know for sure just received a small video and some pics. Can you put a frogspawn frag in with them? Thanks
 

KD5054

Wonderpus
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Dont know for sure just received a small video and some pics. Can you put a frogspawn frag in with them? Thanks
I have heard that you should maybe not put in frogspawn with cephalopods due to them stinging. As far as I have researched and had success with for what you can have with cephs, and cuttlefish in particular, have been more along the lines of mushrooms and leathers. (as well as macroalgae)
 

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