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Thanks everyone! Bimac??? Thought we thought Filosus??? His eyespot is very different from the Bimacs and believe he's from the Carribean.
He's about the size of a small grapefruit curled up. I am thinking I may have a female....Behavior is changing. She's stock piling things and has refused crabs for about 3 days now. (Note the gendar change ) I've seen this behavior before.
She does entertain me with posing!!! As long as I move slowly she tolerates being followed by the camera! I have to be careful as she has inked more than any Bimac I have ever had. The one shot following, although not real clear, shows how different her eyespot is compared to a Bimac!