Anemone and Hermit Crab

In this video we can see how animals of different species can live in symbiosis. The relationship between Anemone and Paguro  is well known: Calliactis parasitica is the acacia of the hermit crab, but also the common Mediterranean anemone, Anemonia Sulcata often benefits from Clibanarius Erythropus: CLIBANARIUS ERYTHROPUS. Clibanarius Erythropus (Latreille, 1818), is a decapod crustacean of the Diogenidae family. Common along the rocky coasts, it is often found in shells of Cerithium and Monodonta. It is present in the Mediterranean Sea and in the eastern Atlantic Ocean.

Anemone e Paguro
Anemone e Paguro

presente nel mar Mediterraneo e nell’oceano atlantico orientale.

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