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sepia bandensis

chrshlst

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i understand that this cuttlefish is a much smaller species and is easy to keep. i would like to get as much information as possible on these species, and would, some day, like to breed them as a hobby. thanx for all of the information.
 


Colin

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if you use the site's search capability to search for bandensis it will guide you to a lot of posts... they have been discussed a lot...

unfortunetly they dont travel well which is the main drawback to keeping them, otherwise they would be perfect.
 

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