Durban Dancing / Hingebeak Shrimp

Common Name:
Durban Dancing / Hingebeak Shrimp
Arthropoda (Arthropods)
Rhynchocinetes durbanensis
Average Size:
4 centimetres

(Rhynchocinetes durbanensis) is commonly known as the Durban Dancing Shrimp Hingebeak Prawn or Camel/Candy Shrimp and more. It's an attractive species common with photographers across the Indo-Pacific region and often found in groups. Better photographs can be taken during daytime, but this species is more active at night.

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