So, these may have obvious answers, but I can't seem to find them. I have been keeping a nano reef for a while now, and I am considering setting up a larger tank for cuttles. My plan is to have a 55 gallon display tank for three S. Bandensis. I am taking the long approach to setting this up, and I don't really expect I will be buying cuttles/ eggs in the near future, but none the less I have questions. Is there any sort of expected mortality rates that you keep in mind when starting from eggs? For example if I wanted a group of three, how many eggs should I buy? Would it be best to shoot for more than three, and then off load any surplus cuttles? When it comes to feeding, general consensus mysis of appropriate size for youngsters, twice a day. When they are older seems they will eat pretty much anything. My only real question about adult feeding is going away for a few days. If I go out of town Monday, and come home on Friday, is it okay to throw enough (live) food in there on Monday to last until I can feed them Friday, or do I need to have them fed in the meantime? Thanks in advance.