Who can Identify?

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so I had a slow leak in my tank and had to switch everything to new one. During this my octopus came out of his rock he has been hibernating in and I got a good look at him for first time in few weeks. Can anyone tell if this is a dwarf? He isn’t supposed to be but I got him online so??? It’s from Indo-pacific and was hoping it was a cyanea but I thought he would be bigger by now. I have had him for two months and he was about 1-2 inches when I got him. I thought they grew much quicker but this is my first one. Thanks!
 

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Please consider journaling your experience! We love reading ceph adventures and the journals are very helpful to new keepers. I am always happy to try to help but ID's are tricky even for the scientists.
 
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Please consider journaling your experience! We love reading ceph adventures and the journals are very helpful to new keepers. I am always happy to try to help but ID's are tricky even for the scientists.
I understand and I definitely will. I def enjoy him already and I haven’t even seen him much yet. I guess these pics don’t help? Only couple weeks after I got him. If the pics don’t load then just ignore. I don’t know why my phone won’t load them sometime. Thank you again
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From the advertised photo (which may be representative vs actual), and from tentative ids of other animals that have shown up over the last year, I'll give a hesitant guess of O. bocki.
 
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