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Surf Crab - Ovalipes australiensis  Australia,Eamw-marine invertebrates,Fall,Geotagged,Ovalipes australiensis,Surf Crab Click/tap to enlarge Promoted

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  1. Please add the geotag. Thanks :) Posted 21 days ago
    1. Done, something is not working as it should as I did enter it when I uploaded the image. That happened a couple of times befor. Maybe little gremlins in my iPad. Posted 21 days ago
      1. I've had that problem too, on and off. I don't know the cause, but I'll mention it to Ferdy. Posted 21 days ago
        1. Thanks for reporting the problem. It would help if when the next time it happens, you watch closely what is going on in detail. Does the save geotag button not work at all? What happens when you click it? Does it return to this page (photo page) with what....empty geotag and no country, wrong one, zero coordinate (0,0)? Do you see any error messages?

          The more detail, the better I can try and reproduce it.
          Posted 17 days ago
          1. For me, the geotag picks up the default African coast geotag. But, first, I get an error message that says "Uh oh..." with a cartoon bot. Posted 17 days ago
            1. Thanks, that is helpful. I'll see if I can reproduce this on my iPad. Posted 17 days ago
              1. Next time it happens, I'll take a screen shot. Posted 16 days ago

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''Ovalipes australiensis'' is a species of crab found in southern Australia. Its range extends from Western Australia to Queensland, including Tasmania. It is fished commercially and recreationally, although it is not as important as the blue swimmer or mud crab.

Similar species: Ten-footed Crustaceans
Species identified by Ernst
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Uploaded May 1, 2022. Captured Apr 28, 2022 16:51 in FQFJ+8P Goolwa South SA, Australia.
  • Canon EOS 700D
  • f/14.0
  • 1/395s
  • ISO800
  • 92mm