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The Cephalopod Group is open to all and replaces The Cephalopod Page list server. It is devoted to promoting discussion of cephalopod (octopus, squid, cuttlefish and nautilus) biology, husbandry, behavior and any other "squidy" subjects. The list is open to everyone but is moderated (Three cheers to Joshua Wiegert) so please keep your posts on topics related to cephalopods. Commercial posts that relate to cephalopods will be accepted as long as they don't become annoying (i.e. too frequent, pushy etc.).

The FastMoll Mailing List is a discussion list run on behalf of the Cephalopod International Advisory Council (CIAC). The FASTMOLL mailing list was originally founded in August 1995 and moved to MAILBASE in May 1999. It is an electronic information and mail service for those interested in any aspect of the biology, systematics and fisheries of FAST MOLLuscs: octopuses, squids, cuttlefishes, nautiluses (i.e. molluscs of the Class Cephalopoda). It replaces the former snail-mail "CIAC Newsletter." Subscribe to FastMoll

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