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European Ceph keepers?

Nancy

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We have a number of TONMO.com Ceph Care participants in Europe who have kept cephalopods - maybe some who are keeping them at present.

I have only started to record location in the List of Our Octopuses (at the top of the Journals and Photos Forum).

Cuttlefish seem to be easier to come by than octopuses in Europe.

Nancy
 

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The american, and the oceanian ( spelling) people are lucky people. Nice species, and very nice ceph market compared with europe. I have seen just one time ceph ( N.pompilius) on sale in a shop.

I'll follow looking for european ceph keepers to make a friendship to help echother. I'm feel alone in this sea...:roll:

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Carles
 

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