May the water cycle be with you
Technically,are they rare?
No, they are quite common -- it's just for some reason I never see them alive -- more commonly I only see their dead carapace after a dry down or their tiny ping pong looking eggs in emergence sawgrass.
Come to think of it, I don't remember seeing a live one either! Lots of empty shells and eggs like Bob said. The snail kites and limpkins must see the live ones much better than we do.
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