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Ledesma, M.E., and N.J. O'Connor. 2001. Habitat and diet of the non-native crab Hemigrapsus sanguineus in southeastern New England. Northeastern Naturalist 8(1):63-78.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 13195
Type: Journal Article
Author: Ledesma, M.E., and N.J. O'Connor
Date (year): 2001
Article Title:Habitat and diet of the non-native crab Hemigrapsus sanguineus in southeastern New England.
Journal Name: Northeastern Naturalist
Volume: 8
Issue: 1
Pages: 63-78
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Keywords: invertebrate, crustacean, Hemigrapsus sanguineus, Asian shore crab
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Hemigrapsus sanguineus

    MA - Gooseberry Island (small elongated island at southwestern end of Buzzards Bay) Westport
    MA - Gooseberry Island (small elongated island at southwestern end of Buzzards Bay) Westport
    MA - Gooseberry Island (small elongated island at southwestern end of Buzzards Bay) Westport
    MA - Gooseberry Island (small elongated island at southwestern end of Buzzards Bay) Westport
    MA - Gooseberry Island (small elongated island at southwestern end of Buzzards Bay) Westport
    MA - Gooseberry Island (small elongated island at southwestern end of Buzzards Bay) Westport
    MA - Sandwich Town Beach, Sandwich, located on Cape Cod Bay near east entrance to the Cape Cod Canal
    MA - Sandwich Town Beach, Sandwich, located on Cape Cod Bay near east entrance to the Cape Cod Canal
    MA - Sandwich Town Beach, Sandwich, located on Cape Cod Bay near east entrance to the Cape Cod Canal
    MA - Sandwich Town Beach, Sandwich, located on Cape Cod Bay near east entrance to the Cape Cod Canal
    MA - Sandwich Town Beach, Sandwich, located on Cape Cod Bay near east entrance to the Cape Cod Canal
    MA - Sandwich Town Beach, Sandwich, located on Cape Cod Bay near east entrance to the Cape Cod Canal
    RI - Briggs Beach (high-energy coastal area with a rocky area adjacent to a sandy expanse located in Little Compton)
    MA - New Bedford Harbor, Fairhaven (low energy embayment)
    MA - Hillcrest Acres (muddy area along east branch of the Westport River estuary)


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