Nocturnal and surprisingly light-footed, the Bristled sponge crab wears sponges, ascidians and marine plants for camouflage and physical protection. In this case, the crab is wearing a colony of ladder ascidians (Botrylloides leachii).
This photograph was taken at Port Noarlunga, South Australia.
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