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Ocypode (Ghost Crab)
Two Ghost Crabs on the beaches of Cape Charles, VA

Ocypode (Ghost Crab) Two Ghost Crabs on the beaches of Cape Charles, VA 2011reportcardcontest,ghost crab,chesapeake,sand,Ocypodidae

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Ocypode (Ghost Crab)
Two Ghost Crabs on the beaches of Cape Charles, VA
Female lobster spawning migration Conceptual diagram illustrating the spawning migration of a female lobster tagged on a patch reef.  This bird's eye view shows that she traveled to the fore reef and returned to her den 4 days later (Scale is approximate).  Diagram from "Tropical Connections: South Florida's marine environment" (pg. 390) - http://ian.umces.edu/press/publications/374/ diagram,lobster,spiny lobster,female,migration,spawning,fore reef,Western Sambo Ecological Reserve,seagrass,hardbottom,patch reefs,lobster den,movement,spur-and-groove,fringing reef,spawning site,Boca Chica Key Life cycle of the Caribbean spiny lobster Conceptual diagram illustrating the life cycle of the Caribbean spiny lobster. Diagram from "Tropical Connections: South Florida's marine environment" (pg. 380) - http://ian.umces.edu/press/publications/374/ diagram,Caribbean spiny lobster,life cycle,puerulus,red algae,juveniles,sponges,corals,solution holes,berried,lobster eggs,hatch,offshore reef,swim,phyllosomes,drift,open ocean Skate egg case Egg case found on the beaches of Assateague Island, Maryland assateague,island,maryland,dune,sand,skate,reproduction Ocypode (Ghost Crab) Two Ghost Crabs on the beaches of Cape Charles, VA 2011reportcardcontest,ghost crab,chesapeake,sand,Ocypodidae Life cycle of the blue crab Conceptual diagram illustrating the complex processes in which a blue crab molts, mates, migrates, and develops eggs in the Maryland Coastal Bays. Diagram from "Shifting Sands" (pg. 333) - http://ian.umces.edu/press/publications/93/ diagram,soft molt,megalopa,metamorphosis,estuary,atlantic Panulirus argus (spiny lobster) : frontal view Illustration of Panulirus argus (spiny lobster) frontal view. symbol,vector,illustration,crustacean,spiny,lobster,lagostino,crawfish,crayfish,Arthropoda,Crustacea,Malacostraca,Decapoda,Palinuridae,Panulirus,argus,frontal
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Album name:dlevey / Crustaceans
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Keywords: 2011reportcardcontest, ghost crab, chesapeake, sand, Ocypodidae
Author Name:Laurie E. Adamkiewicz
Date created (MM/DD/YYYY):08/23/2011
Media Type:Photo
File Size:4755 KB
Date added:Apr 11, 2012
Dimensions:2800 x 2306 pixels
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IPTC Title:Ocypode (Ghost Crab)
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IPTC Keywords:2011reportcardcontest,ghost crab,chesapeake,sand,Ocypodidae
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