Pareledone, Adelieledone, Megaleledone. I've developed a sub-interest in these particular species of octopus, in addition to and included in my interests in octopus brains (so much so that I've identified a person I could work with in grad school who might let me research these), and I want to know more about them! Most of what I can find so far is taxonomic stuff - Megaleledone has been identified as most reflective of the most recent common ancestor of octopuses, and studies have been done on their venom. What I'm interested in, though, is how their brains develop, and perhaps more properly this study should also be expanded to Antarctic fish, because Antarctic fish are vertebrates, and perhaps the simpler nervous systems of numerous other Antarctic species. Ectotherms in a sub-freezing environment probably have some adaptations to brain function. Other stuff about its physiology could be examined, such as its muscle function and metabolism; metabolism is more studied. What say you?