How to Grow
Dr. Karina Hall (2002) reared the eggs to juvenile adult stage but growth was very slow compared to that of other cuttlefish such as Sepia officinalis. A great deal more aquaculture effort on a larger scale is needed to assess the convenience of culturing this species in the laboratory or for providing a food source. The largest problem is that cuttlefish are carnivores that strongly prefer live food such as crustaceans and fish.
Hall, K. C. 2000. Cuttlefish mysteries. Southern Fisheries 7
Forsythe, J. W., R. H. DeRusha, and R. T. Hanlon. 1994. Growth, reproduction and life span of Sepia officinalis (Cephalopoda: Mollusca) cultured through seven consecutive generations. J. Zool. 233: 175–192.
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