Meet Bob. I just got him today and DWhatley wants facts and pictures. I will do my best. I have been prepping my 30 gallon tank since February, with D's help, and It has finally paid-off. Seller states he is O. Vulgaris caught in the Keys so I hope someone one can ID him. He moves around the tank very well at first and ate a couple of snails that came with him. Then he got quiet and very pale and thought thought, "oh no, he's going to die". I think he was just stressed and getting used to things. He was flashing a mottled dark chocolate when he was around some of the coral. His mantle gets a lot of texture (papillae) when he flashes. Around his eyes is like a pinkish brown and I have not noticed any circular marks around his eyes. I have not noticed any coloration around his suckers but white. His body is about 2" and his legs are about 8-12". I bought him from Bill Samples with CB Distributors/The Serpent's Egg in Islamorada, Florida. At intervals he would come out of the cave and dance or shimmy up the side of the tank and then float back down. He found the serpent star who was out hunting and they checked each other out. He has been in the cave for a while now and every time I look at him I'm scared he's dead. He was "breathing" about once a second at first and was very stressed with him mantle inflating and deflating to the max. He is in the cave now and "breathing" at a more relaxed rate.