hey there!!!

bikeguy33

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#1
good evening everyone!! I can`t believe there is a cephalopod forum. I am so happy as i will need help with my new guy.

Now to introduce myself.My name is Bill and I live in Vancouver Canada. I have kept fish for as long as I can remember and did it for a living for 10 years in maintenance, fish farms and treating and diagnosing disease in both fresh and salt...but completely green with octopii! So far I am loving the personality and excitement of these awesome animals.

currently I am administrater at another site...but there is little knowledge on octopus there. i am looking forward to talking to all of you...
 

DWhatley

Cthulhu
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#3
Please do journal your experience. If you know the species, post it, where (as in what body of water) it came from (if known) and the approximate size (mantle length - behind the eyes to the end of the body - and arm length - from the mouth to the end of an arm) to start. If the species is unknown, post any distinguishing markings or behaviors.

PICTURES are, of course, highly desired :grin:
 

DWhatley

Cthulhu
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Moderator
#4
I moved your first Octopus introduction post to our Journals and Photos forum. Daily journaling would be an odditiy :grin: but noting behavior changes (especially for timing) or anything you notice that seems unusual (and PHOTOS of course :grin:) helps all of us get a handle on what to expect from each species. If you have a name for your new critter, let me know that and I will add it to the title and our octopus list.
 

tonmo

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#6
bikeguy33;166119 said:
I can`t believe there is a cephalopod forum.
Believe it! :smile: and Welcome!

:welcome:
 

bikeguy33

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i am glad there are others from bc here...where do you get your cephs? when this guy is gone i would like another one pretty quickly. mine took near 4 months to order and dont want to wait next time....
 

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