I have been a reefkeeper for over 20 years and have always been fascinated by cephalopods in general and especially cuttlefish. A couple of weeks ago I was snorkeling to update the CUC in my reef tank and a mated pair of cuttlefish swam right up to me (within a foot of my mask) and started displaying for me. It was awesome! A local fish store sends me weekly updates of the stuff the get in and when I saw cuttlefish eggs on the list I called them immediately and went and bought three of them. They were on the substrate in my refugium until I saw a bristleworm crawling on one of them, they are now in a breeder net. I can see the babies inside the eggs but have not seen any movement. Two of the three eggs look they they are starting to deflate. Is this a bad sign? Should I remove them? The third is still nice and plump but still no movement. Is it possible all three are duds?