A wild-caught O. bimaculatus in a glass dish. This is the sister species of O. bimaculoides. Both species have ocelli. Also note the two prominent mantle white spots about mid-mantle. This animal is in a dramatic deimatic threat display to the photographer characterized by the flattening out of the body and the dramatic display of the two ocelli against the basically white body coloration.
Maturity: Juvenile; Lab or Wild: Lab; Origin: E. pacific, california