Abdopus aculeatus is a small octopus species in the order Octopoda. A.
aculeatus has the common name of algae octopus due to its typical resting
Find out what's known about Algae Octopuses, Abdopus aculeatus,
Cephalopoda, Octopoda, Octopodidae, including their world range and habitats,
Feb 15, 2007 ... From: Underwater Bipedal Locomotion by Octopuses in Disguise by Christine L.
Huffard, Farnis Boneka, Robert J. Full Octopus aculeatus ...
Jul 17, 2008 ... an amazing video of a camouflaging octopus. this is a section of a TED talk by
David Gallo. the whole thing can be seen here ...
Mar 25, 2005 ... Fleshy projections on the skin of the walnut-sized "algae octopus" -- whose
scientific name is Octopus aculeatus -- allow it to camouflage itself ...
I recently purchased a small algae octopus. I've been hand feeding krill/
silversides and threw a few snails and hermits in the tank as well, but I ...
Mar 24, 2005 ... Fleshy projections on the skin of O. aculeatus allow it algae-like ... the octopuses
used the strong, flexible muscles in their back arms to walk ...
Mar 25, 2005 ... From the journal Science: Two species of octopus can walk on two arms and use
their six ... Animals use other 6 arms to mimic coconuts, algae ...
Mar 24, 2005 ... Octopus movie clip More video: The octopus Octopus aculeatus maintains its
algae-like camouflage while walking backwards on two arms, ...
Oct 7, 2014 ... Octopus have thousands of elastic cells under the... ... itself by turning its skin the
colors and textures of the coral, seafloor, or algae it is next to?