Sepia bandensis, commonly known as the stumpy-spined cuttlefish or dwarf
cuttlefish, is a species of cuttlefish. Sepia baxteri and Sepia bartletti are possible
Find out what's known about Stumpy-spined Cuttlefishes, Sepia bandensis,
Cephalopoda, Sepiida, Sepiidae, including their world range and habitats,
Range Description: This species is distributed over a wide area of the tropical
Indo-Pacific and ranges from eastern Indonesia, northwards to the Philippines
This article will focus on Sepia bandensis, commonly called Dwarf or Stumpy
Spined Cuttlefish that are commonly found in the tropical Indo-Pacific regions
Oct 6, 2013 ... Dwarf cuttlefish changing color and impressing each other ... Stumpy-spined
cuttlefish (Sepia bandensis) filmed in Raja Ampat, West Papua.
Descriptions and articles about the Cuttlefishes, scientifically known as Sepia in
... Sepia apama, Australian Giant Cuttlefish; Sepia bandensis, Stumpy-spined ...
Anilao, Philippines; a pair of Stumpy-spined Cuttlefish (Sepia bandensis)
hovering above the sandy bottom, just after mating.
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
IAM-360 Stumpy-spined cuttlefish, Sepia bandensis. Sepia bandensis. Stumpy-
spined cuttlefish. Ambon, Indonesia 2010 house reef Maluku divers (night dive).
Feb 1, 2016 ... Probably the baby of a Stumpy-Spined Cuttlefish (Dwarf Cuttlefish) - Sepia
bandensis - Wahrscheinlich Baby einer Stumpfdorn-Sepia.