Image of the Day: Skeleton Shrimp

The males of this new species of cave-dwelling crustacean measure around 3 millimeters, the females about 2 mm.

By | December 3, 2013

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Avatar of: Mike Bennett

Mike Bennett

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December 3, 2013

So where do we find out more about skeleton shrimp? These wonderful daily images rarely make it easy to find out more information. Moreover, there should be a legend comparable to what one would find in a scientific publication.

Avatar of: Bob Grant

Bob Grant

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Replied to a comment from Mike Bennett made on December 3, 2013

December 3, 2013

Hi Mike,

Thanks for reading The Scientist. Please click on the "SINC" link in the image caption for more information on the skeleton shrimp.

Thanks again,

The Scientist

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