|Researched by||Emily Wilson||Refereed by||Admin|
|Other common names||Mediterranean rocky shore crab||Synonyms||-|
A small hermit crab with short, thick pincers, more or less equal in size that have horny, black tips and are covered with hair. The carapace is longer than wide to 1.5 cm and the eyes are long and narrow.
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Last Updated: 04/07/2005