S. bandensis Questions

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  1. Pie

    Pie Cuttlefish Registered

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    I was wondering is I could keep Sepia Bandensis in a 10 gallon aquarium, Would it be to small?
     
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    So do you think it would work? It a little small, But its a tall tank
     
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    CaptFish Colossal Squid Staff Member Moderator

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    No, 30 gallon is recommended, with 20 being the smallest suggested.
     
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    No, won't work, it will be too small after a couple months.
     
  6. Pie

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    Any cephs that could fit?
     
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    CaptFish Colossal Squid Staff Member Moderator

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    not really. a well filtered 15 maybe ok for a Mercatoris, but you are better getting a 20 gallon and two of them. But 10 gallons is just not enough to handle the large bio-load of a ceph.
     

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