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Alpheus inca is one of the largest snapping shrimps of western South America, and can be locally common in the rocky intertidal and shallow subtidal, among large rocks, sponges, ascidians and kelp. For more details, see Knowlton et al. (2008):


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Source: Alpheidae - Snapping Shrimp

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