Poison Ocellate octopus (Octopus mototi) photo by Natalie Bondarenko. Body grows up to 10 cm with arms to 25 cm. A solitary octopus that likes to hide in crevasses or empty containers (tossed into sea). Orange coloration when resting or not threatened.
Forest Bluebells and all the lovely undergrowth of a forest remind me to look down and all-around, not just up, when walking through a forest. There is incredible diversity and everything, except the man-made intrusions, is there for a reason.