Let $\mathbb{HP}^2$ denote the quaternionic projective plane. According to

A note on $\mathcal{E}(\mathbb{HP}^n)$ for $n\leq 4$, N. Iwase, K-I. Maruyama, S. Oka, Math. J. Okayama Univ. 33 (1991) , 163-176.

any homotopy self equivalence of $\mathbb{HP}^2$ is homotopic to the identity on the 4-cell. That seems to mean that the composition

$$S^7 \overset{\nu}\longrightarrow S^4 \overset{-1}\longrightarrow S^4 \longrightarrow \mathbb{HP}^2$$

is not nullhomotopic, where $\nu$ is the Hopf map, and $-1$ is a map of degree $-1$. This in turn seems to show that $(-1)\circ \nu$ is not in $\langle \nu \rangle$, and in particular is not $-\nu$ (negatives are taken by composing with a map of degree $-1$ in the source sphere).

In the stable homotopy groups of spheres, the composition product is graded-commutative, so $(-1) \circ \nu = \nu \circ (-1) = -\nu$. Have I made a mistake, or is it really true that this fails unstably?

If it is true, how can I detect the nontrivial class $\nu + (-1)\circ \nu \in \pi_7(S^4)$?