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|date of photo Jul 1987
location Monterey Harbor (Monterey County, California, US)class Pycnogonidahabitat Low intertidal zonenotes This male sea spider is brooding fertilized eggs he gathered from his mate. The resulting larvae will parasitize the hydroid Aglaophenia on which the adults feed. 8 mm across. These cryptic sea spiders move very slowly.camera Olympus system for macro photographyphoto category: Animal - Invertebrate-Other
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