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Hermit crab using a small plastic football ball Featured Hermit Crab Image

Hermit crab using a small plastic football ball

Hermit crab using a small plastic football ball as a shell. The hermit crabs use empty shells to protect the soft part of the abdomen to make it inaccessible to predators. But now, because of the huge plastic garbage scattered around the beaches, these an

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Anemone hermit crab (Dardanus pedunculatus) Featured Hermit Crab Image

Anemone hermit crab (Dardanus pedunculatus)

Anemone hermit crab (Dardanus pedunculatus), A very common species that carries a number of small sea anemones on its shell which provides camouflage and protection for the crab and also enables the anemones to feed in many different locations as the crab moves about. Anilao, Manila, Philippines

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Deep sea fauna, lithograph, published in 1897 Featured Hermit Crab Image

Deep sea fauna, lithograph, published in 1897

Deep sea fauna: 1) Bamboo coral (Mopsea); 2) Pink glass shrimp (Pasiphaea multidentata); 3) Scaly Dragonfish (Stomias boa); 4) Loosejaw (Malacosteus niger); 5) Gulper eel (Saccopharynx ampullaceus); 6) Eustomias obscurus; 7) Nemertesia ramosa; 8) Sea pen (Umbellula); 9) Sea cucumber (Benthodytes); 10) Tadpole shrimp (Polycheles validus, or Pentacheles validus); 11) Starfish (Archaster); 12) Brisingid sea star; 13) Sea cucumber (Oneirophanta); 14) Sea urchin (Echinocyamus); 15) Sea anemone (Epizoanthus) and Hermit Crab (Pagurus); 16) Sea cucumber (Peniagone); 17) Sea anemone (Chitonactis); 18) King crab (Lithodes maja); 19) Ditch shrimp (Palaemon varians); 20) Venus flower basket (Euplectella aspergillum); 21) Sea lily (Pentacrinus); 22) Sea star Hymenaster. Lithograph, published in 1897