Cuttlefish Care

Photos of cuttlefish in saltwater aqariums

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12 hour old cuttlefish possible Sepia officinalis.

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05 Jul 2016

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12 hours old Cuttlefish baby (maybe S. officinalis?!) hunting.

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Its bed time!

Sepioloidea lineolata is one of the most photogenic of all sepiolids. Too bad it spends much of its time buried in the sand.

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30 Jul 2012

Sepia bandensis spermataphore

Animals just mated and dropped this. Grabbed it up and took a shot.

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15 Aug 2010

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My little fellas

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15 Aug 2010

Juvenile S. bandensis feeding

This juvenile has just taken a shrimp (visiable in arms).

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08 Apr 2010

Juvenile_Sepia_bandensis

4 cm Sepia bandensis reared from wild caught egg.

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07 Apr 2010

Baby S. bandensis with a dime

Hatchling S. bandensis are really small, and I don't think people realize how small they actually are, so I took this pic to help illustrate the point. They are small!

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26 Feb 2008

S. bandensis in the egg

S. bandensis in the egg, upside down with funnel visible, near hatching time.

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Sepia pharoanis

Taken at the Seattle Aquarium in August 2007

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Recent Comments

  1. DWhatley
    Has he shown a preference for the beak to beak encounter or does that appear to be the preference of the female? Also, does the Larger Pacific ALWAYS mate beak to beak?
  2. Neogonodactylus
    Fortunately, this male has survived 4 matings and is still intact.
  3. DWhatley
    Oh WOW! I assume no predation followed. Will we see a paper on this anytime soon?
  4. tonmo
    amazing shot as usual
  5. Casey cason
    Might have got a little OOC with octos

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