New Hampshire Bulletin looks at yet another species that is moving north as weather warms: Fiddler crabs.
Johnson uses the term “climate migrants” when referring to species like fiddler crabs, blue crabs, and black sea bass, all creatures that have seen expanded ranges as a result of warming waters. The term is often used to describe people forced from their homes due to climate-related disasters and environmental shifts. But it also applies to the countless animal species who are finding themselves in uncharted territory because of warming.
The story is here. It has an excellent headline: “Fiddler on the hoof”