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James DAntoni 7h
The not-so-happy couple! Got to enjoy observing interactions between blue crabs in this week's lab
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Matthew Junot 6h
Interesting study regarding social relationship and and food tolerance. Plays into some of the interactions between crabs we viewed a few weeks ago!
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Brielle moreau 19h
Had an amazing time watching our blue crabs fight in lab! I have been writing my lab report on it and learning so much about their aggresive behaviors! Also, the female crab in both our trials ended up with the food!!🤷🏼‍♀️
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Matthew Junot 6h
Also, a cool study looking at foraging behavior of our organism of interest the blue crab.
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Dominique Dolese Apr 22
Ever wondered why live crawfish and crabs raise their claws when you get to close? This behavior is called a meral spread and is supposed to warn the threat of the crab’s skills
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Frances Davis Apr 24
We went to CPRA to learn about their efforts to conserve the Louisiana coastline and to find out what we can do to help! 🌎🌊
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Summy Apr 24
I wish we can go visit LUMCON again after finals like we did during midterms.
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Loha🌺 14h
The crabs last week after getting aggressive and asserting their dominance🦀🦀🦀
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Frances Davis Apr 24
Shucking oysters to see if adding food to the tank would change the behavior between our two crabs 🦀 🌊
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Carol Crochet Apr 22
Throwback to our field trip to the Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority (CPRA)! Check out their 90x120 ft model of coastal wetland loss and restoration 😱
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DARBIE ROQUES Apr 24
WHO WILL WIN?? Our last lab of the semester involved observing aggression behavior patterns of blue crabs. We did two trials of male vs. male and female vs. male.
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Dominique Dolese Apr 22
Eel Suffers Toxic Shock From Brine Pool | Blue Planet II via In the deep ocean exists an underwater lake that is so dense with salt that it separates from the surrounding ocean waters acting as a lake within the ocean
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DARBIE ROQUES Apr 24
Crabs, just like any other species in the marine environment, have their own fighting style involving aggressive and submissive behaviors.
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Summy Apr 22
Over the break I went to the aquarium! Marine life is beautiful to see but it leaves me with a heavy heart to see them behind glass.
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Anna Lucchesi Apr 20
Observing behavioral patterns in blue crabs. Looking for aggression in crabs, appearing larger &/or striking their enemies, and submission, appearing smaller &/or retreating. These guys can be feisty! Did you see that strike!?
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aos Apr 22
Happy Earth Day! Keep the ocean clean
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Linsey Deroche Apr 18
It's been a good semester learning about marine communities around the swamp!
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Sadie Thompson Apr 18
While in Puerto Rico for Spring Break I got to see mangroves!! Mangroves help to reduce costal land erosion and serve as a nursery for many juvenile fish!
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🌞 Apr 22
Working on the last lab report for and watching season 10 of RHONY
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Rachel Hensley Apr 18
I had a blast in my marine communities lab this semester! Here is a throwback to our field trip at LUMCON. Did you know that there are more than 120 species of puffer fish worldwide?
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