I've not seen that particular craw pattern before, though it appears to be a simple tie.
It is a very simple tie.
Hook: Gamakatsu B10S Size 2 (could be tied a bit smaller)
Thread: Matched to color of claws
Claws: Zonker strips (I like the barred versions)
Body: Chenille matched to color of claws
Antennae: Rubber legs and krystal flash
Other: Laser Dub
Bucktail: Whatever color you choose
Step 1: Tie on dumbbell eyes
Step 2: Tie krystal flash and rubber legs on at rear of hook, extended back out 1 to 2 hook lengths past the bend. You can always cut them shorter later.
Step 3: Take a small pinch of ice dub and tie it in over the top of the tie in points for the antenna. When tied in it should extend a bit past the back of the hook. I should have added a little more here; as you can see it kind of disappears once the claws are tied in during the next step. I initially assumed it was in there to help keep the claws separated. Not sure it really does that, but I do like how it looks.
Step 4: Tie in the claws at the rear of the hook.
Step 5. Tie in chenille and wrap forward to just behind the eyes.
Step 6: Flip the hook over and tie in a small clump of bucktail so that it extends back to the hook point.
Step 7: Whip finish and add head cement.
As you can see in this photo, the ice dub (tan in this case) should be visible once the claws are tied on. I like the tan ice dub since it has some orange flash in it. I use it on the orange and olive craws, but used the black on the red fly.