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Which cuttlefish?

DeepReefer

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I have a six-foot long 100 gallon tank. I wanted to know which cuttlefish I could get -any species available in the USA- for this tank. Also,if possible,could yall tell me their max size & the tempature to keep them at. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks! :sink:
 

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Also,for all the people who don't know good ol' American Southern drawl ,"Yall" is pronounced-in proper English,of course- YAWWWL....
 

joel_ang

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If you could get a few S.bandensis they would do nicely in a 100g, problem is, they're not always easy to find and they're normally adults at the end of their lifespan. At the moment, Octopets has captive bred S.officinalis (common cuttles), however, when these are full grown a 100g would be a little cramped for these guys.

Oh and :welcome: to TONMO.com!
 

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