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Juvenile Abdopus aculeatus

This is one of the smallest A. aculeatus I have ever kept. Mantle length is less than a centimeter. Still, many of the adult behaviors are present including brown stripe and hermit crab mimicry. The animal is eating up a storm and hopefully will be around for a long time. Fortunately, it is day active and not at all camera shy.

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