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Sepia bandensis - Wikipedia


Sepia bandensis, commonly known as the stumpy-spined cuttlefish or dwarf cuttlefish, is a species of cuttlefish. Sepia baxteri and Sepia bartletti are possible  ...

Stumpy-spined Cuttlefishes, Sepia bandensis ~ MarineBio.org


Find out what's known about Stumpy-spined Cuttlefishes, Sepia bandensis, Cephalopoda, Sepiida, Sepiidae, including their world range and habitats, feeding ...

Sepia bandensis (Stumpy Cuttlefish) - IUCN Red List


Range Description: This species is distributed over a wide area of the tropical Indo-Pacific and ranges from eastern Indonesia, northwards to the Philippines and ...

So You Want Your Own Cuttlefish Army? - Reefkeeping Magazine


This article will focus on Sepia bandensis, commonly called Dwarf or Stumpy Spined Cuttlefish that are commonly found in the tropical Indo-Pacific regions over ...

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Oct 6, 2013 ... Dwarf cuttlefish changing color and impressing each other ... Stumpy-spined cuttlefish (Sepia bandensis) filmed in Raja Ampat, West Papua.

Cuttlefishes - Sepia - Details - Encyclopedia of Life


Descriptions and articles about the Cuttlefishes, scientifically known as Sepia in ... Sepia apama, Australian Giant Cuttlefish; Sepia bandensis, Stumpy-spined ...

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Anilao, Philippines; a pair of Stumpy-spined Cuttlefish (Sepia bandensis) hovering above the sandy bottom, just after mating.

The Dwarf Cuttlefish - Whats That Fish!


The Dwarf Cuttlefish is found in the West pacific region growing up to 7cm in length. ... Also known as Pygmy Cuttlefish, Pygmy Squids, Stumpy-spined Cuttlefish.

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IAM-360 Stumpy-spined cuttlefish, Sepia bandensis. Sepia bandensis. Stumpy- spined cuttlefish. Ambon, Indonesia 2010 house reef Maluku divers (night dive).

Sepia, Cuttlefish - Starfish


Feb 1, 2016 ... Probably the baby of a Stumpy-Spined Cuttlefish (Dwarf Cuttlefish) - Sepia bandensis - Wahrscheinlich Baby einer Stumpfdorn-Sepia.