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Hope Varnes
Hope Varnes

We saw lots of crabs that looked like this when we visited Bacolod City in the Philippines in 2013. They were tiny.

Neesy Tompkins
Neesy Tompkins

I found one of these in my front yard this evening. Close to a drainage ditch, and quite aggressive. Due to the drought I wondered if he was searching for water. Gorgeous purple hues. 

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