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Old 07/22/2015, 06:27 AM   #1
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Talking Where Can I Purchase a Bimac

Hey guys, been a while since I have posted on RC but I would like to make my 55 FOWLR into a species tank to hold a Octopus bimaculoides. After much research online, I just cannot seem to find a reputable dealer. Does anyone have any opinions or dealers I may contact to buy one? I live in Rhode Island if that helps and I would love to get one as young as possible.

And yes I do have a great setup for the Octo (although the 55 long may be on the smaller side), I have done my research and am an experienced reef keeper already so the transition to cephalopods should be fun and easy for me to do.

Thank you for any input.

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Old 07/23/2015, 11:19 AM   #2
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bump any suggestions?

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Old 08/09/2015, 01:47 AM   #3
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Last time I had mine, my lfs ordered it for me as I could not find one online. I would start there.

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Old 08/15/2015, 10:30 PM   #4
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You'll be able to find them a lot easier in late September/early October. There are a few places based from California that can get them. Check out O briarues would fit well in a 55g and are easier to find. They're pretty diurnal too.

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