Translation of hermit crab in Spanish:

hermit crab

ermitaño, n.

noun

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    ermitaño masculine
    paguro masculine
    • Track size varies depending on the size of the terrestrial hermit crab making the trace.
    • Amazingly, the hermit crab's body is asymmetrically twisted so that it fits snugly into the shape of the shell.
    • Then a hermit crab marched past, holding aloft a pale anemone in its pincers as if to turn it into some sort of hat.
    • Back in the sleep room, I was just wondering how easy it would be to get a hermit crab back through customs, when I realised I had been out cold.
    • This substandard home allowed me to photograph the strange, unarmoured rear of the hermit crab that is rarely seen.
    • He is like the hermit crab on the shore: begging, defenseless, and without greater shelter than the evanescent translucence of a temporal shell.
    • And just as a mollusk shell once vacated may be taken over by a hermit crab, the external forms of our lives will be filled by others after we are gone.
    • When I got angry, when I raised my voice at all, Elizabeth scuttled away like a hermit crab from the hungry mariner.
    • So I'm plain Jonathan now, and even when I pick the armour up I recognise that before long I'll outgrow it and have to find something else - or take my chances without - like the hermit crab.
    • In addition to this anemone hermit crab, scientists found several potentially new species of corals, sea stars, snails, and clams.
    • White-spotted moray eels flashed their teeth, a lone hermit crab barrelled along and three young spiny lobsters displayed themselves daringly on a ledge.
    • From the beginning, Linux has been something of a hermit crab operating system, because it tends to inhabit boxes designed first for other operating systems.
    • The fossil trackway undoubtedly was produced by a terrestrial hermit crab, like those that are common in beach and dune environments in the Bahamas today.
    • Propose that the classroom pet be a hermit crab, turtle, lizard, snake, or fish.
    • While both your and your girlfriend's hearts were in the right place, please don't release your hermit crab in the wild.
    • Bishop also described the attachment of a small oyster on the claw of the Lower Cretaceous hermit crab, Pagurus Fabricius.
    • This part of the hermit crab, so poorly defended and so tempting to an enemy, is his great preoccupation; a preoccupation which can at times make him fierce.
    • Now there is evidence that at least one type of hermit crab has found another solution.
    • A close look at some of these splashes can recall, for instance, an amoeba seen under a microscope or the fossilized remains of a fish, a hermit crab or a snake.
    • Never buy a hermit crab or support a store that sells them.