Cancer irroratus is a crab in the genus Cancer. It is found from Labrador to South
Carolina at ... Rock crabs live over a large depth range, from well above the low
tide line to as deep as 2,600 fee...
The rock crab varies in color from red-orange to yellowish-green. ... Habitat:
Rocky marine environments, jetties and tide pools, under and around rocks.
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.
Closeup of a red rock crab. C. productus ranges from Kodiak Island, Alaska to
Isla San Martine, Baja California. It inhabits ...
Information about crabs in Barnegat Bay, NJ. ... These mud crabs are found on
and around rocks, mud flats, pilings, oyster reefs, grass beds and sponge ...
Information from FAO Species Identification Guide Western Central Atlantic ...
rock crab. Diagnostic characters: Carapace approximately 2/3 as long as wide, ...
Habitat. Red rock crabs are native to the Pacific Ocean. They range from Alaska
to southern California. They live in rock, gravel or kelp beds in bays, estuaries ...
Author information: (1)Ministère des Pêches et des Océans, Institut Maurice-
Lamontagne, C.P. 1000,G5H 3Z4, Mont-Joli, Québec, Canada. The rock crab ...
Nov 13, 2014 ... 46 interesting crab facts, including statistics, types, biology, and more. ... Lightfoot
(a.k.a. red rock) crab is the most colorful crab in the world.
Habitat: The pygmy rock crab lives intertidal to 436 meters deep. They are often
found habituating crevices, under rocks, and the holes of dead barnacles.