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  • Description: Eriocheir sinensis, Chinese mitten crab. This specimen was found roughly 150 metres from the banks of the Elbe River in the German state of Brandenburg. The carapace’s width is estimated at six centimetres.
  • Beschreibung: Eriocheir sinensis, Chinesische Wollhandkrabbe. Dieses Exemplar wurde bei Mödlich (Brandenburg; deutscher Elb-KM 487), rund 150 Meter abseits des Flussufers, an Land angetroffen. Die Breite des Rückenpanzers beträgt schätzungsweise sechs Zentimeter.
  • Source/Quelle: Own picture, made in northern Germany in September 2005.
  • Author/Fotograf: Christian Fischer
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