Perhaps the most precious of all the precious babies you’ll see on your dashboard today is the long-legged spider crab, Macropodia rostrata. They are also known as decorator crabs for their tendency to camouflage themselves with fragments of seaweed and sponges. They attach these bits to hook-shaped hairs that cover their bodies. Their method of swimming with their spindly legs is largely inefficient, but may help them move over more challenging substrate. They typically feed on small shellfish, algae, small worms, and detritus when other food is unattainable.