Longarm Cancer Crab Specimen - Parthenope Longimanus
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Longarm Cancer Crab Specimen - Parthenope Longimanus:
Real Longarm Cancer Crab - Parthenope longimanus specimen encased in rectangular indestructible,transparentlucite block. Safe,authentic and completely unbreakable specimen put real crab right at your fingertips! Anyone can safely explore thecrab from every angle. It is clear enough for microscope observation.
Length of the crab body is 4 cm(1.6 inch) and the legs stretch to 10.5 cm(4.1 inch). Size of thelucite block is 14.0x9.5x3.2 cm(5.5x3.7x1.3 inch). Each one comes with a cardboard box for easy storage. Weight of thelucite block is 480 g and 690 g with packing box.
It is an ideal learning aid for students and kids and also a very good collectible item for every body.
is a handmade real animal specimen craft. Each one will be a bit different (specimen size, color and posture) even in the same production batch.
The picture in my listing is just for reference as we are selling multiple pieces with the same picture.
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Free shipping cost.
Goods will be sent by airmail from Hong Kong and it may take 12-18 days to arrive.I can do combined shipping if buyer also buys other items in my store.
Longarm Cancer Crab - Parthenope longimanus
Diagnosis Diagnosis.— Carapace ovate. Hepatic margin short. Pterygostomial region smooth, not excavated, no distinct afferent channel present; pterygostomial ridge without dense setae. Carapace lateral margins not expanded, ambulatory legs visible dorsally. Upper and lower surface of manus smooth except for occasional small tubercles.
Habitat Colour.— Reddish to light brown. Size.—Males to 35.9 x 31.4 mm; females to 35.9 x 31.6 mm [S. H. Tan, unpub. data]. Habitat.—Muddy-sand substrates; shallow subtidal to 70 m.
Distribution Distribution.— Western Indian Ocean to Australia, New Guinea, Phiippines, China, Taiwan and Japan.Remarks.— Easily recognizable species due to its distinctively ovate carapace shaped. In addition, the thin chelipeds are about four times the length of the carapace.