• TONMOCON VII Announced | MBL at Woods Hole | Apr 6-8, 2018
  • Thanks for visiting! TONMO is the world's greatest online cephalopod enthusiast community, with interactive content going back to May of 2000, and a biennial conference. If you'd like to join in on the fun, become a TONMO member -- it's easy and free. You can follow us on Facebook and Twitter for more cephy goodness.



Staff member
Sep 4, 2006
Gainesville, GA
Can you determine arm length compared to mantle length? Is she day, night or dusk/dawn active? What colors have you seen? Roughly what is the lengh from just behind the eye ridge to the back of the mantle? I am wanting to guess vulgaris but that could be way off. The picture is of a pair that were in residence at the Mote Aquarium (they had been there almost a year at the time of the photo) during TONMOCON II and the similarity made me hunt up the picture. I don't see the veining that is evident in most pictures but it is not clear in mine either.


Members online

No members online now.