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Hi Megan! Where you know the species as in this case, please can you look up & add the scientific name so that we can take this off of the "unknown" list. Because we have a global user base & sometimes many different common names for the same species, the system uses the scientific name to link similar spottings - which also means this may come up in the thumbnails on other spottings & more people may take a look & favorite it. Without the scientific name this will continue to show up as unidentified & you may get further ID suggestions from other users. I've googled the scientific name for you this time, it is Carcinus maenas. Please can you update the spotting. Thanks!I've also moved this to arthropods for you.
Lat: 38.44, Long: -77.13
Spotted on Apr 16, 2012 Submitted on Apr 16, 2012