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Swift-footed Rock Crab

Grapsus albolineatus


The swift-footed rock crab inhabits beach rock, rock walls, boat ramps and jetties across the Indo-Pacific. Its body coloured in a multitude of greens, blues, oranges and blacks which may vary throughout its range. This species feeds on algae and detritus from rock wall as well as preying on small vertebrates.

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harsuame 8 years ago


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Spotted on Apr 4, 2010
Submitted on May 4, 2012

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