Blue crab may refer to: The Chesapeake blue crab or Atlantic blue crab,
Callinectes sapidus; The blue swimmer crab, Portunus pelagicus; The blue king
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The blue crab is a swimming crustacean with bright blue claws and an olive
green shell. It is one of the most recognizable species in the Chesapeake Bay.
There's nothing like a bushel of blue crabs steamed with Old Bay seasoning or
picked and lightly grilled in a crab cake. Generations of Marylanders have loved ...
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Apr 14, 2016 ... Annapolis Sen. John Astle (Md-D) shows seafood enthusiasts the "real" way to
pick and eat a Maryland blue crab.
The blue crab's scientific name—Callinectes sapidus—translated from Latin
means 'beautiful savory swimmer.' Blue crabs not only comprise the most
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Despite their name, blue crabs are typically more of a gray to dull blue-green in
color. Only their claws are truly blue, with the claws of mature females tipped in a