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Euprymna

O. vulgaris
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Hi guys, I'm a 23 year old ex-masters student. I've worked on optimizing the survival of E. scolopes paralarvae (nightmare) but am fascinated by every aspects of cephalopod biology, especially growth and reproduction. I'm glad to have discoverd this place, tons of great information here.
 

Steve O'Shea

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Howdo Euprymna. We've got clusters of eggs of a morphologically similar species here (Sepioloidea sp. nov., or S. pacifica - we'll not know until they hatch and grow). We'll post something online soon, as hatching is imminent.

All the best with your research.
Steve
 

rvangeld

O. bimaculoides
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:welcome:
Do you know Mike Steer? He is at Sardi now and worked on the early life stages of Euprymna tasmanica. He could be worth talking to.
 

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