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Featured shellfish

A collection of curious invertebrates brought in to agency staff or found in the field.

 


 

 

 

 

Rhinoceros crab
January 2013

Scallops:

Smiles from the rocks

Rhinoceros crab
May 2012

Rhinoceros crab:

For those that nose their crabs

Piddocks
December 2011

Piddocks:

Clams so interesting, they can only bore substrate.

November 2011

Hippasteria spinosa:

Horsey spiny stargoddess.

Malacobdella
July 2010

Malacobdella grossa:

A worm with a bad name, not bad intentions

 

Pandalus platyceros
May 2010

Spot prawns and other pandalids:

A family album of members with complicated lives

Planes marinus
April 2010

Flotsam crabs:

No other drifters are so out of place on a beach

perverse whelk
December 2009

Left handed turrid:

A snail with a funny twist

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