Broadclub Cuttlefish

Broadclub Cuttlefish

Sepia latimanus
Scale 6 Diat: carnivore , Hierachy 3

11 POINTSSepia latimanus has a MOVE of 2. “It is the most common cuttlefish species on coral reefs, living at a depth of up to 30 m.”

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The Broadclub Cuttlefish (Sepia latimanus) is the second largest cuttlefish species after Sepia apama, growing to 50 cm in mantle length and 10 kg in weight.[1] S. latimanus is widely distributed from the Andaman Sea, east to Fiji, and south to northern Australia. It is the most common cuttlefish species on coral reefs, living at […] read more

The Broadclub Cuttlefish (Sepia latimanus) is the second largest cuttlefish species after Sepia apama, growing to 50 cm in mantle length and 10 kg in weight.[1]

S. latimanus is widely distributed from the Andaman Sea, east to Fiji, and south to northern Australia. It is the most common cuttlefish species on coral reefs, living at a depth of up to 30 m.[2]

It is known to prey on shrimp and prawns of the genus Palaemon.[3]

(From Wikipedia, April 27, 2010)

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