Hello from UK...

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Hi,
I've been visiting this site for ages, reading journals etc and learning what I can, but I've only just registered.
I've got a cycled tank with a lid ready for my first cephalopod. I have limited options due to 120litre tank size but I'm trying to source octopus mercatoris or sepia bandensis, but in the UK this is proving tricky. I have a supplier who says his shipper will get cuttlefish eggs, and he will let me know when they're in. So fingers crossed!

The live rock makes two large caves, and if I source an octo I will putty and acrylic rod it all together to be safe. The lid isn't octo proof either yet but nearly there.
 

DWhatley

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If you go with the bandensis (most likely acquisition), you will not have to worry with octoproofing the top :wink:
 

Nancy

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For our US members, a 120 liter tank is 31.7 gallons.

Hope you can find your bandensis or small octopus soon!

Nancy
 
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I have politely declined the blue rings. Thanks for the offer tho.

I have to confess I got bored waiting and all the main suppliers said they couldn't get hold of any. So I now have a mandarin and a dwarf zebra lionfish.
 

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