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Femia de Lumbrigante

Homarus gammarus

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9 Comments

caldasrafa
caldasrafa 10 years ago

now you can see a mutation in the same place but other specie http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/850...

caldasrafa
caldasrafa 10 years ago

I'm not an expert but I'm trying!! plees see this pictures and look the locatión, it is very diferent!!! http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/880...
and http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/850...

Nicholas4
Nicholas4 10 years ago

I disagree about the blue color being there due to captivity. It is a mutation as per the link below. look at the coloration paragraph:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_lo...

caldasrafa
caldasrafa 10 years ago

weighs 1500g and is about 35cm long!!!

caldasrafa
caldasrafa 10 years ago

is color is caused by food and to be in captivity!!!

Nicholas4
Nicholas4 10 years ago

Can you tell us the weight? Looks like its about 3-5 lbs

Nicholas4
Nicholas4 10 years ago

The blue lobster is a mutation occurring very seldom..
Wow! This one looks pretty large, therefore old.

caldasrafa
Spotted by
caldasrafa

Galicia, Spain

Spotted on Feb 2, 2012
Submitted on Feb 2, 2012

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