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housing eggs and babies

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hi i was just wondering where you put sepia bandensis eggs and hatchlings instead of putting them in the main tank and not see them in a while
 


DWhatley

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Most people house them in breeder nets inside a display tank or sump until they are at least an inch. This is not just for seeing them but for making sure they eat by keeping the food density concentrated in a small area.
 
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