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please help me ID my octopus

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Apr 20, 2005
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my octopus is from the florida keys it could be a O. briareus an O.joubini
or a O.vulgaris. I will try to get some pics he changes from a red to a white greenish he is only about 4 or 5 inches from tentical to tentical he changes to other colors but mostly thoughs it is mostlikely a briareus
any help would be apreceated
 



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