Just got a call cuttle came into vegas....... help

mikeconstable

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From memory Sepia officinalis hatchlings are somewhere between 5 -10mm long. I fed them on small shrimp ( they would tackle them up to their own length immediately, but if the shrimp bucked too hard they would get discouraged).
Sepia officinalis eggs get washed ashore June - August on south coast of England and are fairly easy to find after rough weather. Tropical species could be available at any time and would be more suitable for home aquaria?
 

Colin

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You better get ready to ship eggs to scotland then LOL
 

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