Monday, April 7, 2014

I Also Love My Crustaceans

Unfortunately, you don’t really see many in the Caribbean. Most are small and/or cryptic—such as tiny crabs or shrimp that live within anemones or sponges, or critters that live deep in recesses—or nocturnal, only venturing forth at night. But sometimes we luck out and catch sight of someone out in the open. This is a yellowline arrow crab out and about in Rendezvous Bay (St. John, USVI), picking around for lunch with lavender-tipped claws. 

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