New NRCC website

DWhatley

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#3
Greg,
Who is the author of"

What you need to know about the captive husbandry of
Octopuses and Cuttlefishes.
“It’s not rocket science, but....”
?
 

Nancy

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#4
I am so glad to see an updated website! Much more complete information.

It looks like Cephbase is still with UTMB.

Nancy
 

gjbarord

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I believe that John Forsythe wrote that original part, which was on the old website. But I am not 100% sure.

Greg
 

tonmo

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Thanks for keeping the link to TONMO, NRCC!
 

Cryp_Sis

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gjbarord;112297 said:
The NRCC can now be found at

www.cephalopod.org

Greg
Ah ha! That explains why my calls to the old number for ordering live specimens are going unanswered. Thanks for that post.
 

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