The infraocular spot occurred in a circular shape near the eyes, roughly between the eye and the arm spots component.
The red accessory nidamental gland, lateral mantle spots, infraocular spots, dark fins, and shaded eye were rare in females.
The infraocular spot component was seldom displayed; however, it showed a significant difference in time from the accentuated oviducal gland, a fast component.
During agonistic behavior displays, multiple chromatic components were displayed, such as arm spots, lateral mantle streaks (only males), infraocular spot, dark fins, and arms/tentacular stripes together with fin beating, chase (winner), and flee (loser) accompanied by raised arms or splayed arms (Fig.
3J)); dark arms/head, dark fins, and infraocular spot components also were not mentioned.
Infraocular spot appears directly in front of the eye and has variations, including a circular shape that looks like an eye ring.
It begins with Parallel positioning by two males and then includes various visual signals including Arm spots, Infraocular spot, Fin spots, Mid ventral stripe, Weak lateral flame, and Raised and splayed arms.
Arm spots are small and can occur either on the base of the second or third arms, whereas the Infraocular spot occurs roughly between the eye and the Arm spots.
It begins with Parallel positioning by two males and then includes various visual signals of Arm spots, Fin spots, Infraocular spot, and Mantle margin stripe, accompanied by the postural components Raised arm or Splayed arms.