Hermit Crab

The Life of Animals | Hermit Crab | Most species have long, spirally curved abdomens, which is soft, unlike the hard, calcified abdomens appear in crustaceans. Protected from predators by a salvaged empty seashell Hermit Crab wounded abdomen, where the whole body back. The top of the abdomen is adapted to clasp strongly onto the columella of Cancer hermit snail shell. HERMIT CRAB, as its size increases, it becomes the shell find a large, and not before. The habit of living, but the shell gives the popular name "hermit of Cancer", by analogy with the hermit, who lived a few Hermit Crab species, and land and sea, as "vacancy chain" of the new BUZZ When new, the clay is, hermit crabs collected and formed of all the surrounding him from the modes of the greatest to the least. Cancer Cancer is brought to the maximum with the shell, the maximum time it was published before the new shell is the shell of Cancer,

Hermit Crab species range in size and shape, a species with a few heavy shells religious brevimanus mm long, can live 30-70 years and were approaching the size of a pain. Shell-less hermit Cancer Birger robber (Coconut Crab) This is a terrestrial invertebrates. Hermit Crab zoea larvae hatch, especially in the third stage. Many marine species of hermit crabs is common in the marine aquarium trade. Nearly 15 species of terrestrial world, the following are commonly kept as a concern: Caribbean Hermit Crab (religious and shielded), the Australian land hermit Crab (religious variable) and the Ecuadorian Hermit Crab (religious compressed).

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