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Diogenes heteropsammicola

Diogenes heteropsammicola is a species of hermit crab discovered during samplings between 2012 and 2016 in the shallow waters of the Japanese Amami Islands. This D. heteropsammicola is strongly associated with the walking corals. This hermit crab species is unique due to the discovery that they use living, growing coral as a shell. Crustaceans of this type commonly replace their shell as the organism grows in size, but D. heteropsammicola are the first of their kind to use solitary corals as a shell form. Heteropsammia and Heterocyathus are the two solitary corals that this hermit species ...

                                               

Heikegani

Heikegani is a species of crab native to Japan, with a shell that bears a pattern resembling a human face which many believed to be the face of an angry samurai hence the nickname Samurai Crab. It is locally believed that these crabs are reincarnations of the Heike warriors defeated at the Battle of Dan-no-ura as told in The Tale of the Heike.

                                               

Ligidium japonicum

Ligidium japonicum is a species of woodlouse found in moist forests in Japan. Individuals may live for up to two years and reach a length of 8 millimetres.

                                               

Mictyris guinotae

Mictyris guinotae is a species of soldier crab of genus Mictyris, endemic to the Ryukyu Islands of Japan. They were named after Daniele Guinot, a professor at the Museum national dhistoire naturelle in France, and were first treated as a separate species in a tribute volume to Guinot.

                                               

Sakura shrimp

Lucensosergia lucens is a species of shrimp popularly known as the sakura shrimp or sakura ebi. The translucent pink shrimp derives its name from sakura, the Japanese word for the cherry blossom. The species grows to about 4–5 cm and lives primarily in Suruga Bay in Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan, where it is caught to be eaten. It is also caught in Taiwan.

                                     

ⓘ Crustaceans of Japan

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  • the coast of Japan apart from Okinawa Island, usually on sandy bottoms of 50 275 m 164 902 ft deep. They feed mainly on small crustaceans such as copepods
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  • 1967 was a Japanese marine biologist. He worked at least after 1917 on Japanese decapod crustaceans for the Fisheries Institute, Faculty of Agriculture
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