Cuttlefish Care

Photos of cuttlefish in saltwater aqariums

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12 hour old cuttlefish possible Sepia officinalis.

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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

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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
    Oh WOW! I assume no predation followed. Will we see a paper on this anytime soon?
  2. tonmo
    amazing shot as usual
  3. Casey cason
    Might have got a little OOC with octos
  4. DWhatley
    Jealous. I am hoping to keep a pair of these one day!
  5. DWhatley
    Great shot and comment!

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