To my knowledge there is not a forum for squid, so I am posting this under the Cuttlefish Journals and Photos as they're closer to cuttlefish than octopus. I have been trying for quite some time to acquire either Sepioteuthis Lessoniana(Bigfin Reef Squid) or Sepioteuthis Sepioidea(Caribbean Reef Squid) for my home aquarium. Well I think I may have found someone that can get them for me. I've decided that the best approach will be to get some eggs and hatch them out. Since I am now down to only one octopus that is 'on her way out' I have the perfect opportunity to try with squid. I have set up three individual tanks for each stage of growth. I have a ten gallon with a small psuedokreisel for hatching the eggs and maturing the small squid. Then I will move them into a fourty gallon that I have blackened the back and side walls as well as placed four large fake plants in for the squid to hide amongst. And lastly I have a two hundred and fifty gallon for the adults. The only animals I have left is a small stingray, moray eel, and blue crab. All of which I can play musical chairs between these tanks and the fifty five gallon sump as the squid mature. All three tanks share the same water so I will be able to just collect them and move them with no acclimation. I have taken a short video of each of these tanks and the animals inside of them. I'm still tweeking them a little here and there to get them perfect for when I get some eggs. Wish me luck...I might have to bribe them to get the eggs for me lol. PS; I know this is a bit premature and that I'll probably look like an fool for posting if I cannot acquire some eggs, but I am just so excited.