Monitoring, describing and interpreting horseshoe crab reproduction makes up a large portion of research on the species. Based primarily on my fieldwork in Cedar Key, Florida, during a horseshoe crab tagging event as they come to shore to spawn, I use a Baradian analysis to consider the cuts humans (specifically scientists and myself) make to categorize horseshoe crab reproductive behavior.
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