octopus sp

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hi i was offerd a good deal on a octopus sp. does any one know what this is? is it a pygmy? i would like to hear from some of you first. thanks
 

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yeah, really - it can be anything at all...

If you get tempted by Octopus sp. then ask if you can see a pic first. It could be a fully grown dwarf, a baby giant or even a dangerous species like blue ring
 
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bimac

hi does anyone know if the bimacloides acts the same as the tus. i know the bimactlus needs warmer water but are they both out going? my bimac the common one also known as the cal. two spot comes out during the day all the time. more than at night.does anybody know if they act the same? thankyou.
 
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They inhabit the same waters, therefore the same temperature waters. From everything I've read they are very similar and I would imagine that would include behavior.
 
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