Calcinus Tubularis.jpg Photo in 2012-10-08 by Igor Bartolucci


Calcinus Tubularis.jpg Photo in 2012-10-08 by Igor Bartolucci

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  • Title: Calcinus tubularis.jpg

  • Photographer: Igor Bartolucci

  • Taken on: 2012-10-08 12:55:00

  • Uploaded on: 2016-10-16 17:38:38

  • Views: 642

  • Camera: No camera associated

  • License: © All rights reserved

  • Marine Animal: Calcinus tubularis, (Linnaeus, 1767) 

  • Diving Site: No diving site associated

  • Business: No business associated

  • Photo description: Anomura is a group of decapod crustaceans, including hermit crabs and others. Anomurans have ten pereiopods, but the last pair of these is reduced in size, and often hidden under the carapace to be used for cleaning the gills.

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