Pugettia gracilis

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Graceful kelp crab:
Graceful kelp crab (Pugettia gracilis): This crab looks like the slightly more common Pugettia robusta, except for the following key differences: Pugettia gracilis is more often found in the intertidal, has black and blue pincers tipped with white, and often has something growing from its "forehead."

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