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jamest0o0

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#5
Ah yeah figured it was an insane amount, when I first decided I wanted cuttles I was working, but now that school is comming around(11th grade) I'm trying to just focus on that because this is the most important year and I didn't do well in the past. I would love to have cuttles, but I guess I'm going to have to hold off for now :(.
 

cuttlegirl

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Keith;124440 said:
cuttlegirl do you keep a small species like bandesis or a larger species?
That was for three S. bandensis that I had for 14 months. I have kept S. officinalis, but I had access to the ocean :grin:, so food was free.
 

jamest0o0

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cuttlegirl;124462 said:
That was for three S. bandensis that I had for 14 months. I have kept S. officinalis, but I had access to the ocean :grin:, so food was free.
You live in pittsburgh? Same here lol.
 

mattyice

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#17
i see you guys recommend switching over to frozen food...but is it like fish or mantis shrimp? when i fed my Peacock Mantis Shrimp when i fed frozen i would use a syringe and inject the food with some selcon vitamins, would that be an okay thing to do with cuttles? or when i would feed my fish i would do the same thing...inject the silversides or krill with selcon
 

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