Cancridae (crabs; class Malacostraca, order Decapoda) Family of broad, oval or hexagonal crabs which have teeth on the front margin of the carapace. The first antennae are folded longitudinally or obliquely, and the outermost section is hairy. The last pair of pereopods is modified.
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