These are a little-known and still exotic species; not likely knowingly or responsibly made available for sale. Some aquariums (and staff members -- professionals!) have had some success in studying them in captivity, but I don't think they'd be supported for the general hobbyist trade.
(Official name not yet established) Published on Aug 12, 2015 Larger Pacific Striped Octopuses mate in a beak-to-beak position, as if kissing. During mating, females exhibit all pale body patterns, while males exhibit a darker or higher-contrast display. Females are typically larger and...
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