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Small green crab on SPS.


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    CableGuy - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Default Small green crab on SPS.

    Ideas? Im no crab expert but is it some type of a SPS crab or a small emerald?

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    i would say at the very least it isnt an acro crab

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    probably an acro crab.. sometimes harmless, sometimes "fun"

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    arent acro crabs smooth? that one looks a little rough on the shell

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    I agree no keeping that hitchhiker, less you put him in the sump.

    Heidi

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    Kind of looks like this guy (Cymo andreossyi):

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    Hard to tell for sure without a closer picture of yours. What do you think?

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    Looks like a small emerald to me, but I am no expert.

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