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Asellus aquaticus is not a Decapod. It is an Isopod (as are woodlice), distinguished by having seven pairs of walking legs.
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Where did that come from..? Thanks for the correction, red faced or what :-/
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The where did that come from bit was in fact a critique aimed at myself. I just cant think how I came to putting it up in the wrong order...???
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