Cancer productus, one of several species known as red rock crabs, is a crab of
the genus Cancer found on the western coast of North America.
Rock Crab (Cancer irroratus). Color: Shell is yellow to red orange with darker red
mottling on top; the underside is whitish to a cream yellow. Size: Up to 5 inches ...
The Red Rock crab (Grapsus grapsus) also known as the Sally Lightfoot crab is
one of the most common crabs along the north-east Pacific coastal waters.
The rock crab's size varies considerably between males and females. A fully
mature male can reach a cephalothorax width (CW) between 50mm-140mm ...
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Sally Lightfoot (a.k.a. red rock) crab is the most colorful crab in ...
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Descriptions and articles about the Red Rock Crab, scientifically known as
Cancer productus in the Encyclopedia of Life. Includes Overview;
Crabs are decapods from the crustacean family. Decapod means "ten-footed".
Crabs have 10 legs, however, the first pair are its claws which are called chelae.
Description Cancer irroratus, common name the Atlantic rock crab, or peekytoe
crab, is a crab in the genus Cancer. Other local names are Maine crab, bay crab,
Red Rock Crabs are generally larger than the Blue Crab species of crab,
however, they are smaller than the more popular the Dungeness Crab. The male