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perke

O. bimaculoides
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#1
OK so not even sure if I should be posting in this forum but seems the most appropriate maybe. I've come into the possesion of myopsid squid eggs they've got about 3-5 weeks to hatch. I'm going to set up a circular tank (about 500-700 litres) with a low flow. Was wondering if anybody had any pointers. I know Steve has done a lot with his little guys and Rodger Hanlon has also reared relatively successfully. Anyway just thought I'd post so that people could discuss if they wish.
 

Jean

Colossal Squid
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#2
don't clean the tank! Steve feels they may absorb some nutrients through the skin, banjo filters, and flow from outside to in (I think) microflows are good
 

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