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Tridacnid clams?

Brock Fluharty

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#2
I believe you can, but you might wanna wait for the seasoned veterans to chime in before you throw your $100 prized croceas in with a possible predator ;)
 

Animal Mother

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#5
Generally speaking, most folks keep their cephs in dimly lit conditions. It might not be as big of a deal with cuttles as it is with octos. I would wait for someone like Colin to fill you in on keeping cuttles in a reef setting.
 

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