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I thought it might have been the O. aculeatus.
Has a vivid light line down the center of the mantle and various skin protrusions on the mantle, some on the legs and one over each eye. It has no false eye spots.
Reminds me of Rummler who was a dwarf. He did that coloration and had eyespots that weren't very noticeable. If that's the case he could be an adult and even though he wouldn't last long, they still have a totally different personality than a Bimac. Attitude city!!!