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Originally posted by Spruk
Ok here's my 2 cents:
Given the broad location (Northern Tasmania) i'd suggest its a beaten up yabby. For the non-Aussies Yabby (wikipedia)
Pretty much what legs that are intact have the pincers on each legs (or feet), and given the carapieces assumed texture, leg configuration, and the front mounted pincer, it kind of fits (provided you couple in time for decay etc.
Originally posted by Samuelis
I just found this strange insect in my yard. Anyone here have any idea what this is?
Originally posted by Asktheanimals
reply to post by Titen-Sxull
It's a half-eaten crayfish some raccoon probably dropped in your yard.
I had one left on my front porch that way.
Only the head and one claw are left.edit on 23-9-2012 by Asktheanimals because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by hanyak69
can i use it as my avitar? Looks like the head of a crawdad. Did you cook it and try it with a little tobasco sauce on it...?