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The Spider Decorator Crab, Camposcia retusa, is a slow-moving scavenger that curiously attaches various anemones, sea flora, sponges, bryozoans, and coral polyps to its exoskelton in an attempt to camouflage itself. They are semi-aggressive and can harm smaller crabs or snails. Though generally stationary, it will move to eat and breed. The Decorator Crab is easy to maintain and thrives best in well-established reef tanks with a thick sandy bottom.
The only reason I got this crab was because Saltwater Fish called to tell me the original crab I ordered wasn't "up to par" and was asked if I would like this type as a replacement. I'M SO GLAD I DID! This is the coolest crab! It looked like a big "blonde " tarantula. Then one day it suddenly looked like a skeleton! I thought it had died until it started moving. Was fun to watch it re-decorate itself. Highly recommend this guy
Very cool crab! Love watching him "decorate " himself. This crab will give you lots of pleasure as he crawls about your tank
This Crab/Spider is a very good thing I do recommend getting a lot of coral and placing a bunch of things into your tank though because this crab will take anything it can find and pickup then put it on the shell.