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We examined changes in the histology, physiology and enzymatic activity of the digestive gland -as well as changes in morphology and feeding behavior -of Octopus maya during rearing, to define the phases characterizing post-hatching development. Morphometric changes showed that juvenile O. maya exhibited a non-growth phase during the first 10 d post-hatching (DPH). Histological analysis revealed that the digestive gland morphology changed with age, from a simple tubular gland in octopuses 2 DPHdoi:10.3354/ab00234 fatcat:nixxvuvyljbdjmu3vngey4gsje