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I cannot find anything that matches this One. Either He is a Baby of a Species that will get bigger or He is a adult of a Pygmy Species that is not commonly caught. O. Bocki, O. Digueti, and even Atlantic Species did not match. I Found one photo that was Labled "O. Bocki" that looked similar but That photo did not match any other O. Bocki photos.