Amazingly, a 2-inch long Sepia bandensis recently showed up in one of my LFS's. It's the first time I have sen one. I am quite interested in attempting to breed this species, but I am concerned about that if i get this individual, i will not be able to aquire one before this one dies of old age. I have been scoping LFS's for cuttles for the past 3 years, and this is the first time one showed up. And it looks very healthy. Unfortunately, there was a second one, but it died (&^%&^$%^!) but this one is eating, and looks very healthy. He is only $49.99. He is 2 inches long, and they get up to four inches long, right? So how long would this guy be able to live for? another 5-6 months? Thanks very much in advance, Lev.