'Tasmanian Giant Crab (Pseudocarcinus giga)' by Helen Barnard

The Tasmanian giant crab is one of the largest crabs in the world, it’s carapace can be as wide as 46cm. It is very long-lived and slow-growing and lives on the rocky & muddy bottoms at depths 20–820 metres.

watercolour on paper. 67 x 65cm (framed)


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