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looking for Sepia bandensis eggs shipped to Denmark?

Kindberg

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hello, I'm trying to find someone who has some Sepia bandensis eggs for sale and is able to ship them to Denmark, any able to help out? :)
 

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Kindberg

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Thanks a lot, wrote him a message and book marked the thread, it just seemed a bit dead, but I guess not many are selling/buying squids atm :)
 

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still no luck sadly, the danish shops I checked out said it wasn't worth the bother to order anything but the two common 8 and 10 armed :/ so still looking for eggs from any small spieces. please help if you got any :/ and no reply from Charly yet ._.
 

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Cool!

:welcome: little ones.

You should start a journal so we can follow alone with your progress. We dont get a lot of journaled European cuttles.
 

Kindberg

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I would if I could get any luck with breeding life food for them, tried to breed mysis but they all died within the hour of coming into my breeding tank, which I found really odd. they had 2 hours to get use to the temp. my readings are fine on it, there are normal shrimps in there (salt water shrimps, they are kept in a net so they don't eat them). but they just died. really odd. any ideas of why I can't seem to get mysis to live? any easier food for the small cutters?
 

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