New to cephalopods

TwistedNerve

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Hi, my name is Michelle. I'm new to the cephalopod community but not new to saltwater. I been keeping saltwater since 2002. I started out with one 29 gallon which was upgraded to a 55. Now I currently have 8 saltwater tanks. I currently own a beautiful pair of Hippocampus erectus, 9 pairs of Hippocampus zosterae, 1 mantis shrimp, a maroon clownfish, a bi-color blenny, 3 yellow tailed damsels. As with any animal purchase, I love to do tons of research before acquisitions to ensure proper care. I have found a lot of useful info already about different species of octopus and cuttlefish and I really do find them very interesting.
 

tonmo

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Great! Welcome to TONMO!!

:welcome:
 

CaptFish

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Joe-Ceph

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Seahorses have special needs, so you not only have marine experience, but "special needs" marine experience, which will make it easier for you to provide for the special needs of a ceph. I'm glad to help in any way I can.
 

SabrinaR

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:welcome: You will find TONS of helpful info along with helpful people.
 

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