Image of the Day: Baby Nose Hairs

The olfactory antennules of juvenile shore crabs (Hemigrapsus oregonensis) have relatively large, flexible chemosensory hairs, which enable them to sniff like adult crabs (SEM, scale bar 200 microns).

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