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Common rock crab may refer to any of the following species of crab: Cancer irroratus ... Tools. What links here · Related changes · Upload file · Special pages · Permanent link · Page information · Wikidata item · Cite this page ...

www.edc.uri.edu/restoration/html/gallery/invert/rock.htm

The rock crab varies in color from red-orange to yellowish-green. ... Habitat: Rocky marine environments, jetties and tide pools, under and around rocks.

animalcorner.co.uk/animals/red-rock-crabs

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.

animaldiversity.org/accounts/Cancer_irroratus

Habitat. Cancer irroratus live in the benthic zone of the ocean (Ristvey & Rebach 1999). ... The rock crab's size varies considerably between males and females.

bioweb.uwlax.edu/bio203/s2012/schmitt_bria/habitat.htm

Habitat. Rock crabs occupy a variety of coastal habitats and are an ecologically important component of the nearshore environment. The Red Rock Crab is ...

www.nwrc.usgs.gov/wdb/pub/species_profiles/82_11-117.pdf

fishes and invertebrates (Pacific Southwest)--brown rock crab, red rock crab, and yellow crab. U.S. Fish Wildl ..... habitat of the red rock crab extends from the low.

caseagrant.ucsd.edu/sites/default/files/fact%20sheet-rock%20crab.pdf

Adults contribute to the diet of the threatened southern sea otter and other species [2]. References. [1] Leet, W.S. 2001. Rock Crab. California's Living Marine.

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Descriptions and articles about the Marbled Rock Crab, scientifically known as Pachygrapsus marmoratus in the ... Source: Marine Life Information Network.

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Closeup of a red rock crab. C. productus ranges from Kodiak Island, Alaska to Isla San Martine, Baja California. It inhabits ...

www.shim.bc.ca/species/redrock.htm

Habitat: rock, gravel or kelp beds in bays or estuaries, or rocky areas where rocky headlands or outcrops provide some wave protection; lack gill straining ...