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PORCELAIN CRABS FROM CHILE
Porcelanids are decapod (with 10 legs) crustaceans in the widespread family Porcellanidae, which superficially resemble true crabs. They have flattened bodies as an adaptation for living in rock crevices. They are delicate, readily losing limbs when attacked, and use their large claws for maintaining territories.
Photograph by  Arthur Anker 
Allopetrolisthes spinifrons
Allopetrolisthes angulosus
Petrolisthes laevigatus
Lipetrolisthes mitra
Alopetrolisthes punctatus
Petrolisthes violaceus
Petrolisthes tuberculatus
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PORCELAIN CRABS FROM CHILE
Porcelanids are decapod (with 10 legs) crustaceans in the widespread family Porcellanidae, which superficially resemble true crabs. They have flattened bodies as an adaptation for living in rock crevices. They are delicate, readily losing limbs when attacked, and use their large claws for maintaining territories.
Photograph by  Arthur Anker 
Allopetrolisthes spinifrons
Allopetrolisthes angulosus
Petrolisthes laevigatus
Lipetrolisthes mitra
Alopetrolisthes punctatus
Petrolisthes violaceus
Petrolisthes tuberculatus
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griseus:

PORCELAIN CRABS FROM CHILE
Porcelanids are decapod (with 10 legs) crustaceans in the widespread family Porcellanidae, which superficially resemble true crabs. They have flattened bodies as an adaptation for living in rock crevices. They are delicate, readily losing limbs when attacked, and use their large claws for maintaining territories.
Photograph by  Arthur Anker 
Allopetrolisthes spinifrons
Allopetrolisthes angulosus
Petrolisthes laevigatus
Lipetrolisthes mitra
Alopetrolisthes punctatus
Petrolisthes violaceus
Petrolisthes tuberculatus
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griseus:

PORCELAIN CRABS FROM CHILE
Porcelanids are decapod (with 10 legs) crustaceans in the widespread family Porcellanidae, which superficially resemble true crabs. They have flattened bodies as an adaptation for living in rock crevices. They are delicate, readily losing limbs when attacked, and use their large claws for maintaining territories.
Photograph by  Arthur Anker 
Allopetrolisthes spinifrons
Allopetrolisthes angulosus
Petrolisthes laevigatus
Lipetrolisthes mitra
Alopetrolisthes punctatus
Petrolisthes violaceus
Petrolisthes tuberculatus
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griseus:

PORCELAIN CRABS FROM CHILE
Porcelanids are decapod (with 10 legs) crustaceans in the widespread family Porcellanidae, which superficially resemble true crabs. They have flattened bodies as an adaptation for living in rock crevices. They are delicate, readily losing limbs when attacked, and use their large claws for maintaining territories.
Photograph by  Arthur Anker 
Allopetrolisthes spinifrons
Allopetrolisthes angulosus
Petrolisthes laevigatus
Lipetrolisthes mitra
Alopetrolisthes punctatus
Petrolisthes violaceus
Petrolisthes tuberculatus
Zoom Info
griseus:

PORCELAIN CRABS FROM CHILE
Porcelanids are decapod (with 10 legs) crustaceans in the widespread family Porcellanidae, which superficially resemble true crabs. They have flattened bodies as an adaptation for living in rock crevices. They are delicate, readily losing limbs when attacked, and use their large claws for maintaining territories.
Photograph by  Arthur Anker 
Allopetrolisthes spinifrons
Allopetrolisthes angulosus
Petrolisthes laevigatus
Lipetrolisthes mitra
Alopetrolisthes punctatus
Petrolisthes violaceus
Petrolisthes tuberculatus
Zoom Info
griseus:

PORCELAIN CRABS FROM CHILE
Porcelanids are decapod (with 10 legs) crustaceans in the widespread family Porcellanidae, which superficially resemble true crabs. They have flattened bodies as an adaptation for living in rock crevices. They are delicate, readily losing limbs when attacked, and use their large claws for maintaining territories.
Photograph by  Arthur Anker 
Allopetrolisthes spinifrons
Allopetrolisthes angulosus
Petrolisthes laevigatus
Lipetrolisthes mitra
Alopetrolisthes punctatus
Petrolisthes violaceus
Petrolisthes tuberculatus
Zoom Info

griseus:

PORCELAIN CRABS FROM CHILE

Porcelanids are decapod (with 10 legs) crustaceans in the widespread family Porcellanidae, which superficially resemble true crabs. They have flattened bodies as an adaptation for living in rock crevices. They are delicate, readily losing limbs when attacked, and use their large claws for maintaining territories.

Photograph by Arthur Anker

  • Allopetrolisthes spinifrons
  • Allopetrolisthes angulosus
  • Petrolisthes laevigatus
  • Lipetrolisthes mitra
  • Alopetrolisthes punctatus
  • Petrolisthes violaceus
  • Petrolisthes tuberculatus