*SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT* - Blue World Aquarium partnership

Discussion in 'The Octopus' Den' started by tonmo, Dec 14, 2011.

  1. tonmo

    tonmo Titanites Staff Member Webmaster Moderator

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    I'm pleased to announce that TONMO has entered into a strategic partnership with Blue World Aquariums to bring its Supporters cuttlefish eggs (and potentially other cephalopods in the future), shipped anywhere in the U.S. and Canada. Cuttlefish eggs are now available, here.

    To purchase cephalopod products from Blue World Aquariums, you must be a TONMO Supporter. Supporters will also have access to an exclusive Blue World Aquariums forum, which can be used for questions, requests, and discussions with spencergs, who represents Blue World Aquariums.

    Blue World Aquariums recognizes that TONMO is a responsible cephalopod care community, and so tying it to our Supporter membership ensures that all customers are aware of TONMO as an invaluable source of information relating to cephalopods and cephalopod care.

    Likewise, TONMO is thrilled to have found a capable and responsible supplier of cuttlefish eggs and cephalopods.

    This is just another great reason to become a TONMO Supporter. Full program benefits and subscription information can be found here.

    Thank you!
     
  2. orr22l

    orr22l Larval Mass Registered

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    Can someone get a Bimac from Blue World Aquariums?
     
  3. GPO87

    GPO87 Sepia elegans Staff Member Moderator

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    It appears that you cannot at this time. It's often difficult to peg down a particular species when looking online. I would continue searching through the octopus availability threads to see who has sold bimacs in the past, as they could possibly have more available in the future.
     
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    CaptFish Colossal Squid Staff Member Moderator

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    orr22l Finding a Bimac for sale will be very difficult. Unless you can either catch one yourself, or get someone to catch one for you you may not be able to get one at this point in time. It is a very difficult species to legally sell due to the laws in California. There are other species that can be much easier to obtain. Check out the availability thread like GPO suggested.

    :welcome: to TONMO
     

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