Grapsus grapsus

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Grapsus grapsus – Sally Lightfoot crabs, Galápagos Islands.

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They’re found on both sides of the Panama Isthmus, right?

They’re found on both sides of the Panama Isthmus, right?

Apparently.

That’s hard for us to graps…

I also read (and seen picture of) how Galapagos Sally lightfeet enter into a semi-symbiotic relationship with the marine iguanas, in that they crawl onto the lizards in order to pick off and eat algae and dead skin.

What a gorgeous photo Matt.

Lynn said:

What a gorgeous photo Matt.

What’s even more gorgeous about these cuties is that they’re edible, too.

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