Usually brown, although white specimens occur
This is an even smaller animal that will fit under a 5 pence coin.
It clings to the underside of rocks with two long claws and six visible
the number of legs and claws. If you look carefully you may be able to
spot the dimunitive rear pair of legs (or the left-sided one). Click on
the image for a larger photograph.
Information wanted: Please
send any records of this invertebrate, with location, date, who discovered
it, how it was identified, prevalence, common name and any other details
Project EMail Glaucus@hotmail.com.
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