I'm sure there's a better picture of the apron,
but I also wanted to give a shout-out to the Tamones!
Here are some fun facts about this shrimp, Macrobrachium hancocki:
It is a native of the Galapagos Islands.
It lives in freshwater, unlike these prawns we looked at before.
It looks very similar to its cousin, M. crenulatum, but is less spiky.
M. hancocki has a little square patch of non-spiky furryness on its second pereopod
where M. crenulatum would have had spikes all up in that orange square