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Started by brontodocus, January 11, 2013, 08:08:02 AM
Quote from: brontodocus on January 11, 2013, 11:38:19 PMThanks, Jetoar! And in contrast to the AAA crabs (at least those I know) this one was sculpted rather than being cast from a dried specimen. At least a U.S. sculptor would have no problems getting a real specimen as a guideline, Callinectes sapidus is very popular as food and easily available.
Quote from: widukind on September 28, 2014, 07:48:04 PMA big lot of phantastic models!! Congrats!! Do you know the Playvisions crabs?
Quote from: Newt on September 29, 2014, 04:00:36 PMLots of good stuff here! My first reaction was, "Wow, so many crustacean models!" But then I thought about how many crustaceans there are, and it changed to, "Wow, so few crustacean models!" There are, what, 500-ish species of freshwater crayfish alone, and I doubt there are many more species represented in model form than you have in your collection. Mudbugs are definitely on my list of things I need to sculpt, so eventually I'll help fill that gap.
Quote from: bmathison1972 on October 02, 2014, 02:32:06 AM4) red-banded snapping shrimp Alpheus randalli, with its fish symbiont, Stonogobiops sp. [I am assuming the fish's ID] (Colorata, Coral Reef Fish)--this figure was actually a fish figure with the shrimp as an 'accessory' (but I consider it the reverse .