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In case the GPO is TOO big , here are some other suggestions.
O. briareus has longer arms than the bimac and may appear slightly larger. A larger octopus that some of our members have kept and liked is O.vulgaris[/I. Both of these would only be available wild caught. And you don't have to worry about cooler water temperatures, like you do for the bimac.