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May 26, 2004
I dont know if any of you remember me but about ten weeks ago i posted about an octo we had that had eggs well they began hatching on saturday and they are so cute they are planktonic and are basically red wealso found out on friday that our other octo has lais eggs inside her mantle strangely enough wefound out because there were eggs that had fallen out and were in the bottom of her tank... we are so excited and happy i will try and keep you posted... alsodoes anyone have any preferences on what to feed 3mm long octos?

P.S.Nancy if youremember we were not sure on species but now we think that they are californicus thanx :bugout: :heee: