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Octopus vulgaris/ O. Joubini

Nancy

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These are two opposites :smile: - O. vulgaris is quite large and requires a very large tank, while O. joubini is a pygmy.

Actually, I think a bimac, which is in between the two and takes a minimum 50 gallon tank would be the best. And they are tank bred.

Nancy
 

corw314

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Hi Nancy!

Didn't Colin think G2 was O Joubini? If so.....he is quite a lot bigger that Rummler was..... Is this species still considered a pigmy?

Oops...I just looked back and it was filosus....
 

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