Is O mercatoris the only species I could have in a 10 gallon? I know that they are very dull and don't interact more so I was hoping for a different species. Are there any others I could keep in a 10g and if so which ones. Thank you. I will post pics of my tank later if I can figure out how.Neogonodactylus;90571 said:You often can get O. mercatoris this time of year from Sea Life, Inc. or Tampa Bay. Unfortunately, they are breeding right now so they won't live very long, but it is possible to rear the juveniles. We have half a dozen females hatching babies this week.
I have posted several shots of dwarfs and pygmies on this site.
lockburn;90767 said:I'm still looking for an octopus, but I wonder if it would be worthwhile to get a few O. Mercatoris. Seems that a few can live in a tank somewhat.. peacefully.
I have a 40 gallon (thats plumbed to another 40 gallon and a 20 gallon sump) thats been empty for some time now. I wonder if I had 3 or so pygmies in there if I would ever see them (ie, does having more than 1 make them come out more often?)