Determining Gender

DWhatley

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The only thing I have read is that the female is significantly larger. Hard to judge without multiples of both sex. Octos are definitely easier.
 

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Thanks! That's what I'm finding as well. Though interesting that I see it mentioned with the flamboyants and not any of the other cuttlefish- at least in what I've read. I've also been wondering what my current cuttlefish are but can't tell a thing. They are all about the same size so either all same gender or size doesn't work with the dwarf species.
 

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