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MIGRATION OF KELP CRABS (PUGETTIA PRODUCTA) AT SAN PEDRO, CALIFORNIA

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ABSTRACT Adult kelp crabs (Pugettia producta) migrate during fall into a kelp bed, where they feed, court, and mate in groups. By early December, the crabs have left the bed. Although at least small crabs are present in the bed throughout the year, fewest crabs of all sizes are found in summer.

10.1163/193724083X00030
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2017-11-22

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