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In late January I received a dwarf ocellate female octopus from the Pacific coast of Nicaragua. She was quite small - about 3 cm. I can't identify it and suspect it is undescribed. Towards the end of March she became more secretive and moved in under a rock and sealed it up with shells. She also became more prone to inking.