Well, today was my day off work, and we were cruising around to a couple of the good LFS's to see if they had anything cool. At one store, someone mentioned that another store had gotten in some cuttlefish! Although it was clear across town, we decided to brave the rush-hour traffic to get there. When we got there, we saw four bandensis! They appear to be young sub-adults from what I could tell (mantle length of 1.25"-1.75", total length of about 2"-2.5"). It is hard for me to judge their age, since I have not seen an adult bandensis in person, and it is hard to compare size from the photos/videos I have seen online. But I am pretty sure they are still not even close to full-grown. Maybe 4-5-ish months old? By the way, does anyone have any pics they could post of an adult next to a ruler or something? Anyhow, needless to say, they came home with us. They are still in a bucket drip-acclimating now, but are doing very well. By their colors and behavior, I am making a tentative guess that they are two pairs. I decided to test their feeding response, and each immediately snagged a shore shrimp. They ended up taking two apiece. Then i tried some PE mysis, which each of them grabbed and instantly spit out. There have been a couple of instances of what appears to be "protective male behavior", with both of the larger cuttles turning darker and seeming to "herd" the two smaller ones. They don't go into full aggressive display, but it seems like they might be "flexing their muscles". There was also a possible mating between one of the pairs. They locked arms for a minute, then the female broke loose and jetted to the opposite side of the bucket. So who knows for sure, but they are off to a good start anyway! Below are a couple pics of the new guys, if anyone wants to hazard a guess as to their age. In the second pic, the feeding clip is there to show scale--it is exactly 2" wide.