Hi All !! I've been into reef keeping for the past 12 years, and have always wanted to keep Cuttlefish. After many (MANY !!), calls and e-mails to the public aquariums, as well as all the LFS's in the country (South Africa), I eventually managed to find someone that can import some Sepia Bandensis eggs for me (the eggs will be arriving in two weeks time). A new tank has been set up and plumbed to the main display tank's sump. I've read all the articles on Cuttle breeding/husbandry I could find, but none of them has gone into details on the hatching of the eggs, so here's a few questions I hope someone can assist me with: Will a normal net breeder suffice, or do you need an egg tumbler (as used by Monterey Bay Aquarium) Do the eggs need to be separated from the "bunch" to have individual eggs ? What is the best way to get flow around the eggs, air stone from below (using net breeder), or by using a powerhead in the tank ? Also what would ideal flow be ? Will the eggs get damaged if they rub against the net in the breeder, caused by the flow ? Do the eggs need light to hatch, and if so will a 150 watt 14K Metal Halide light over the tank be too much ? Thanks in advance !!