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Dardanus megistos (Herbst 1789), Shell-Breaking Reef Hermit Crab, often sold as the White Spotted. Members of this genus are predaceous, and will gladly consume any fishes they can get their claws on. To six inches. Place with large, aware fishes only. Fr. Polynesia 2018
 


Trapezia tigrina Eydoux & Souleyet 1842, the Yellow-Red-Spotted Guard Crab. Similar marked to its host, Cauliflower Coral (Pocillopora meandrina). To 1/2 inch carapace diameter. Indo-Pacific. Fr. Polynesia 2018
 


Echinometra mathaei (Blainville 1825), the Common Urchin. Indo-Pacific; Red Sea to Hawai'i. To about four inches overall diameter. Hides by day in rocky crannies it helps gouge. Mostly eats algae it rasps from rocks by night. Fr. Polynesia 2018
 


Holothuria atra Jager 1833, the Black Sea Cucumber. Indo-Pacific; Red Sea to Hawai'i. Detritivore often found in shallows, close to shore. General detritivore. To two feet in length. These ones in Fr. Polynesia 2018
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