yesterday I was at a german reptile and amphibian fair. when I was browsing through some books, I found several copies of a german magazine called Koralle. My attention was drawn by a particular copy with a nautilus on the cover. encouraged by this, I continued looking and found an edition with a 25 page article on octos. beautiful pics, general history and biology, but of course also a long part on captive care and even some breeding data. in the same article info and pics on the mimic and potentially dangerous cephs such as the bluering. Info on ceph capture and transport, potential problems,... It took me some time to read it, since it's all in german (not my favourite language) but it's a very nice article. the author is Alf Jacob Nilsen, the captive care part was written by Daniel Knop I also bought the Koralle edition with the nautilus pic, which contains a similar article, but of course on nautilus. So far however, I haven't had the courage to start reading and translating.