A harvester breaks a claw off from a stone crab’s body near the end of last season. Last season’s tight supply and high demand has recurred, and scientists worry the crab population may be declining.
A harvester breaks a claw off from a stone crab’s body near the end of last season. Last season’s tight supply and high demand has recurred, and scientists worry the crab population may be declining. ANDY NEWMAN Special to the Herald
A harvester breaks a claw off from a stone crab’s body near the end of last season. Last season’s tight supply and high demand has recurred, and scientists worry the crab population may be declining. ANDY NEWMAN Special to the Herald

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April 15, 2015 1:26 PM

Pinched for claws: Another modest stone crab harvest has scientists worried about future

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