Uca Forcipata Fiddler Crab Museum Collection

$39.99

Fiddler crabs are sometimes known as calling crabs.  Males major claws are distinctly larger than their minor claws. They wave their major claw as a form of courtship. Females choose their mates based on the size of the claw and quality of the wave display. Female have smaller equal sized claws. These would be a great addition to any natural ocean, nautical decor or scuba diving collection.

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The Museum & Sea Life Collection: Uca forcipata Fiddler Crab, Calling Crab, Real Framed Ocean Sea Life Nautical Scuba Diving Collectible Display.
Species: Uca forcipata
Native origin: 
Indonesia
Common name: 
Fiddler crabs are sometimes known as calling crabs
Interesting Trait: Small crustacean with a distinctive enlarged claw
Frame size: 6 1/2″ square
Frame Color: Black
Wood Frame: Finest Handmade Museum Quality Sealed Shadowbox Display with Picture Hanger Included.
Glass:  UV Blocking Museum Grade Conservation Glass to Prevent your specimen from ever fading.
Background: Name & Origin Printed on Old World Style Parchment with a gray reverse mat background that is surrounded by a white mat.
Description:  Fiddler crabs are sometimes known as calling crabs.  Males major claws are distinctly larger than their minor claws. They wave their major claw as a form of courtship. Females choose their mates based on the size of the claw and quality of the wave display. Female have smaller equal sized claws. These would be a great addition to any natural ocean, nautical decor or scuba diving collection.

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