I ordered a "Mexican" octopus from LA after CaptFish placed a similar order and the animal looked interesting. Sadly I am quite sure what arrived is an Indonesian species and has the general look of Abdopus aculeatus. I don't believe it is young juvenile (the very young I have had have translucent skin during most of their exponential growth stage) but the patterning is strong and lacks signs of senescence. I believe it is too small to be aculeatus but don't have a good guess for an alternate species. I posted an ID request noting features that I believe are diagnostic. As we expect from Live Aquaria, the animal was well packaged with large amounts of water and oxygen. The heat pack was still warm but placed directly on the bag rather than the preferred method of attaching it to the box to prevent direct contact. The animal arrived lively and the water, with the exception of the expected PH drop was clean without detectable nitrites. I offered it a piece of thawed crawfish tail during acclimation. After several attempts of touching the food to the suckers and seeing an interest but no consumption, I left the small piece in the acclimation cage and remained out of sight for about 15 minutes. When I looked back, the food offering had disappeared and was assumed eaten. The animal eliminated shortly after being placed in the tank confirming at least that it had recently eaten something. On entering the tank it explored all of the live rock with no interest in the sand. I could follow its progress by watching the fleeing pods and seeing the arms actively investigating. At about 6:00 PM it came out into the open and sat on the live rock for over an hour. I offered an additional small piece of the crawfish tail (about the size of it eye stalk) and it accepted the food from an acrylic feeding stick. Unfortunately, my acclimation photos don't give much information.