I have been a long time lurker of tonmo, always fascinated with keeping an octopus. Unfortunately they are hard to come by in Nebraska. I was fortunate enough to pick up this little guy from a LFS under the vague description of Octopus Spp., so I am unsure of which species he is. I was conscious that species such as vulgaris are generally bigger than he is, so I didn't end up with a baby turning into a giant. Sorry about the poor pictures, he's a little shy. He is about the size of a quarter, I haven't seen him make any major color changes from brown. No visible eyespots found on the hummelincki/filosus (although his eyes show the same features), smooth skinned, he also doesnt have much for webbing in between legs (which are also very long and skinny). Good news is he was eating at the LFS, and I was able to witness him eat a small hermit later the same evening I bought him. And ate last night as well. Seems to be nocturnal, although I have seen him eat in both daylight and low lighting. An ID would be much appreciated, thanks!