Eggs of Sepia esculenta, S. subaculeata, Sepiella maindroni, Sepioteuthis lessoniana, and Euprymna berryi were hatched in concrete cisterns. The fry were fed live and dead invertebrates and fishes and were raised to near-adult sizes. Live mysids appeared to be a favored
food. Details of the culture methods are given and observations noted on behavior and growth of each species.
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