Small Decorator Crab

Notomithrax minor (Filhol, 1885)

Similar in appearance to Notomithrax ursus this crab is often covered with seaweeds and sponges allowing them to avoid detection as they blend well into the environment they live in.

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What habitats does Notomithrax minor live in?

Along rocky shores under rocks can often be found in pairs

What is the distribution of Notomithrax minor?

Southern Australia including around Tasmania and is also found in New Zealand

How big does Notomithrax minor grow?

Can grow up to around 4cm in carapace length

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There are no local sightings for this species at the moment

This does not mean that it cannot be found locally, just that I have not been able to verify records at the time this species was added to the database.

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