Found a local science testing supplier that has live mysis. Minimum is 500 at .08 per so $40. Figure that's cheaper than elsewhere online + shipping? Question is, how far does 500 go with a handful of baby cuttles? I know I can't just dump them all into the breeder net. Since they canibalize real quick, maybe some kind of divided tank with multiple chambers to slow them down eating each other? Do they truly need live brine if I'm trying to keep them a while or would they not eat frozen brine or cyclopeeze. I'm unsure if I could maybe with enough time and established DT/Sump actually have a small amount breeding/roaming the tank. (Not for babies just any ones that make it to adults and are in DT) I'm slowly working towards a cuttle tank and attempting a breeding population. So I'm just laying ground work now. Besides live mysis, I was going to try to have tank seeded with Palaemonetes Vulgaris as well as trying to breed some in a seprate tank or sump. System will be a 300DD with a 125g basement sump and ~15g frag tank and a 110g acrylic tank I'm trying to decide if I should run inline as a macro/food growing area or whether I should run it seperate just as general QT tank or possibly food growing. Might pick up some 40B's to work with. After mysis I hope to get them on the saltwater shrimp and frozen, or possibly another use for the 110 is a bunch of saltwater mollies to gutload babies.