Good Day All. Cuda's cuttles arrived at the end of May of this year, already about 1 inch long. One was noticeably larger than the other. They were placed in an established 45g long, plate glass tank that I got while dinosaurs still roamed the earth. Water Conditions are 78-80F. 1.024-1.025. As near zero nitrates and phosphate, as possible. Magnesium=1300-1500. Water tests=Twice a week 33% water change, twice a month. Feeding started with small FW&SW shrimp, moved to larger shrimp, and now feed on thawed silversides, either off of a bamboo skewer, or the sandy bottom. They are now about 2+ inches, and doing well. I will be posting pictures, as well as video, but you can see some video that I have already posted on YouTube under the handle, LancelotLinkSC. Here is a link to the latest: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VHep9o8tUe8 I've got hours of raw video that still needs to be edited, and will share as I get to it. The tank that they are in is the one from the 70's, so please forgive the scratches. Not only are they distracting, but they plays havoc with the camera's autofocus. As these are my first cuttles, I will hope to get the answers to some questions, and if I am able, will be glad to help those with questions for me. Here are a couple of pics, from about the first week of August, of one of my guys moving across the sandy bottom in full light.