Greater blue-ringed octopus - meaning and definition. What is Greater blue-ringed octopus
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Greater blue-ringed octopus         
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Hapalochlaena lunulata; Greater Blue-ringed Octopus
The greater blue-ringed octopus (Hapalochlaena lunulata) is one of four species of highly venomous blue-ringed octopuses belonging to the family Octopodidae. This particular species of blue-ringed octopus is known as one of the most toxic marine animals in the world.
Southern blue-ringed octopus         
Lesser Blue-ringed Octopus; Hapalochlaena maculosa; Southern Blue-ringed Octopus
The southern blue-ringed octopus (Hapalochlaena maculosa) is one of three (or perhaps four) highly venomous species of blue-ringed octopuses. It is most commonly found in tidal rock pools along the south coast of Australia.
East Pacific red octopus         
  • East Pacific red octopus, rescued from a gull near [[Los Osos, California]]
  • ''O. rubescens'' in captivity
Octopus rubescens; Octopus pricei; Paroctopus apollyon; Polypus hongkongensis; Pacific Red Octopus; East Pacific Red Octopus; Ruby octopus
Octopus rubescens (Commonly the East Pacific red octopus, also known as the ruby octopus, a preferred common name due to the abundance of octopus species colloquially known as red octopus) is the most commonly occurring shallow-water octopus on much of the North American West Coast, and a ubiquitous benthic predator in these habitats.Onthank, K.