Sepia officinalis

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    Sepia officinalis: A new biological model for eco-evo-devo studies

    Yann Bassaglia, Auxane Buresi,Delphine Franko,Aude Andouche,Sébastien Baratte,Laure Bonnaud

    Paper gives a good description of the officinalis cuttlefish and egg development and would be helpful to anyone raising an egg.

     
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    New protocols to improve the deposition and hatching of Sepia officinalis’ eggs
    Nadia B. Barile, Sabatino Cappabianca, Luigi Antonetti, Mariaspina Scopa, Eliana Nerone, Giuseppina Mascilongo, Sara Recchi & Antonio D’Aloise 2013
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    Another good paper that provides hard to find information about officinalis eggs and hatchlings

    From the introduction:
     
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    Common Cuttlefishes, Sepia officinalis MarineBio

    Article includes a variety of information topics as well as links for additional information


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    Influence of environmental parameters on the life-history and population dynamics of cuttlefish Sepia officinalis in the western Mediterranean
    Stefanie Keller,Maria Valls, Manuel Hidalgo, Antoni Quetglas 2014 (subscription)

     
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    Foraging Habitat of Sepia officinalis at STARESO Research Station in Calvi, Corsica, France
    Colin Gaylord and Tyler Hubbell 2014 (docx)

     
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    Behavioural indicators of welfare exhibited by the common European cuttlefish (Sepia officinalis)
    Gavan M. Cooke* and Belinda M. Tonkins 2015 (pdf)

    Additional article and discussion here
     

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