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SPECIES ID CHART

Discussion in 'General questions about care.' started by HERMEZ, Dec 29, 2006.

  1. shmama

    shmama Guest

      :thumbsup: This is AWESOME! I can't believe I missed this til now.  I just printed it out to add to my ever-growing folder of quick facts & tips folder I'm making myself about Hermit Crabs.  Thanks so much for doing it Herm!  :hail:
     
  2. HERMEZ

    HERMEZ Moderator

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    Thanks for using it!  :sunny:
     
  3. iluvhermies

    iluvhermies Guest

    I cannot view the species chart for some reason. I need to see it I am a dumb blonde.
     
  4. HERMEZ

    HERMEZ Moderator

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    you clicked the link on the right of the screen? I just tried it worked
     
  5. iluvhermies

    iluvhermies Guest

    Yes I clicked on it and even saved it to my computer and I can view the writing just not the pictures to go with it. I tried to just open it too and it will not open
     
  6. HERMEZ

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    wow that is very weird--do you have "word" on your computer?
     
  7. iluvhermies

    iluvhermies Guest

    I have Word Pad
     
  8. HERMEZ

    HERMEZ Moderator

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    I dunno if that is the issue but if you go in my signature (photo gallery)  there is a sub album that will show the pics and some ways to differentiate!
     
  9. AliceInABox.

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    WOW. This chart is so freakin' awesome!!!  :thanks:

    I'm a little disappointed though... I thought Shavo was an Indo all this time....but he has characteristics of both Indos and PP's. :aargh:
     
  10. HERMEZ

    HERMEZ Moderator

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    Thanks Alice  :twirl:
     
  11. iluvhermies

    iluvhermies Guest

    Thanks. I got to see them on your photobucket.
     
  12. Hermies4Ever

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    Wasabi and Smokey are both Purple Pinchers, and after reading this article, I am considering that Juliet is probably a Viola, not an E like I thought.
     
  13. willow555

    willow555 (Large Crab)

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    This is great !!
     
  14. emmac350

    emmac350 "Fourth Molt In Progress"

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    Wow, that was a lot of exclamation points, Willow. Gotta be careful - the grammar police might come get you for it. :)
     
  15. vckums

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    When it makes a scroll bar in your reply, it's too many. I edited out most of them.
     
  16. Enj

    Enj "Never Molted"

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    Hey guys, i am pretty sure all of mine are  Australian Land Hermit Crabs (as i am in Australia) but they look very much like E's... Just had a look at your photobucket album Hermez annd they have the same kind of candy corn shaped eyes. And a few of them have dark stripes on their legs.

    What really interests me is that they all have a thicker back left leg. (see below link). Why is this, and is this just for the Aussie crabs or do species have a thick leg too? It's the second last section of the back leg...

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  17. mare4hcs

    mare4hcs "Preparing For First Molt"

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    This is a great chart, thanks so much!!! I'm sure it took you alot of time. I feel funny to ask but what is (BP) mentioned throughout the chart? Mare
     
  18. emmac350

    emmac350 "Fourth Molt In Progress"

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    BP stands for big pincher.
     
  19. hermitlove

    hermitlove "First Molt, A Success"

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    Hi Everyone i was wondering if some one could help me i was wondering what species my hermi called sparkle

    [img=400x300]http://i968.photobucket.com/albums/ae168/I_Love_Pets/029.jpg[/img]


    :thanks:
     
  20. Spiral

    Spiral (Micro Crab)

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    Aussie/variabilis
     

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