I posted an ID request on this little guy thinking an odd looking O.briareus or a very long armed O.vulgaris from the initial preshipment photos. This is definitely not a species I have kept but I am still in a quandry as to what it might be. O. defilippi fits the long arm to mantle ratio and the small mantle size but I have not been able to determine if the third arms are longer than the second pair (the first pair are definitely shorter than the second and third). The mantle is tiny maybe 1/2" long and less than that wide. I am guessing the arms to be about 4" long and very delicate (but good strength). The suckers seem to be off set but I can't tell yet whether there are one or two rows. Atleast two arms have provided food for another animal (L1 and L4 I think), the back one being considerably and newly shortened. The photos I am finding of O. defilippi show a much more robust animal (particularly the arms) so I have not confidence in my suggested species. I believe it is a very young animal and it has shown a range of color from white to brown to orangish red and nice camo. I hand released (literally) this little guy and he immediately found Monty's night time den (Monty has been moved to another tank).