Masked crab

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(Zool.) a European crab (Corystes cassivelaunus) with markings on the carapace somewhat resembling a human face.
- H. L. Scott.

See also: Masked

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Epizoites on marine invertebrates: with particular reference to those associated with the pycnogonid Phoxichilidium tubulariae Lebour, the amphipod Caprella linearis (L.) and the decapod Corystes cassivelaunus (Pennant).
Crancod y traeth (Carcinus maenas) oedd y mwyafrif ohonyn nhw ond roedd 'na un nad oeddwn i erioed wedi'i weld o'r blaen, a'r cranc melyn neu'r cranc mygydog (Corystes cassivelaunus) oedd hwnnw ac mae ganddo bar o deimlyddion hir sydd tua dwywaith hyd y corff.