Hello from Colorado

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  1. nimbusco

    nimbusco Larval Mass Registered

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    Not too close to the ocean here, but have always found octos and relations to be interesting. The only cephs I've ever owned have been fossilized (I was a geology major).

    I will probably mostly lurk, but perhaps post occasionally if I have something of interest to say.

    Greg
     
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    tonmo Titanites Staff Member Webmaster Moderator

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    Cool! Welcome aboard! Chime in whenever you like, in the meantime happy lurking! :mrgreen:

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    spartacus Haliphron Atlanticus Registered

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    Greg :welcome: , don't be shy Fossils & History is where it's at (according to Phil anyway), all my cephs are very hard, very dead & very old & Phil's & Kevin's &........... blah blah. :D & we have some great theories !!
     
  4. Colin

    Colin Colossal Squid Supporter

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    Welcome Greg

    i tend to work with cephalopods pre-fossilisation but feel free to chime in and browse any of our 'live ceph' forums too :)
     
  5. nimbusco

    nimbusco Larval Mass Registered

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    Thanks! I do have a small freshwater aquarium that unfortunately had some deaths a while back. It's currently rather sparsely populated. I don't think I'm ready for an octo quite yet!
     

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