Also known as the soldier crab, the common hermit crab is a species of pagurid hermit crab which is distributed along most of Europe’s Atlantic coasts. Common hermit crabs are typically seen in pools on the upper to lower shore regions in rock/tide pools. Common hermit crabs chiefly detritivores but they will also scavenge and filter feed if necessary. In typical hermit crab fashion P. bernhardus will use the shells of gastropod species, like Littorina sp. and Buccinum sp. for protection.
I am currently reading the book "Die Gesichtslosen" (the faceless) by Stephanie Fey and my enjoyment at the moment is rather modest. Does anyone know if it is common or even okay to start almost every new scene without making clear who you are currently reading about? Ms. Fey is almost always writes "She did..." or "He does..." without naming our describing the person. It is incredible frustrating for me when characters change or new ones appear and I only figure them out on the next page... :/
I shall edit this post if one of my amigos knows the answer
@pagurus: With a title like the faceless, it strikes me as likely being intentional. Maybe the author wants the readers to not fully know who is doing what?