paua

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paua

(ˈpɑːʊɑ)
n
(Animals) an edible abalone, Haliotis iris, of New Zealand, having an iridescent shell used esp for jewellery
[from Māori]
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In simulated 35 h transport trials using Haliotis laevigata Bubner et al.
2001) suggested that once populations of Haliotis laevigata reached densities below 0.
KEY WORDS: abalone, Haliotis laevigata, closed season, steady-state model, fishery management, harvest strategy, quota fishery
Sample Origin Farmed Kangaroo Island, South Australia Wild Tasmania, Australia Sample Specie Habitat Diet Farmed Green lip, Haliotis laevigata Land-based farm Artificial Wild Black lip, Haliotis rubra Wild Natural TABLE 2.
KEY WORDS: sensory descriptive analysis, compositional analysis, free amino acid, black lip abalone, green lip abalone, aquaculture, diet, Australia, Haliotis laevigata, Haliotis rubra
However, in other abalone, such as Haliotis laevigata (Donovan 1808) Shepherd et al.
KEY WORDS: greenlip abalone, nutrition, protein, temperature, age, Haliotis laevigata
ABSTRACT The land-based culture of greenlip abalone Haliotis laevigata in southeastern Australia is carried out using seawater that is prone to seasonal temperature fluctuations and is done almost exclusively using artificial feeds.
KEY WORDS: abalone, selective breeding, genetic gain, inbreeding, simulation, Haliotis laevigata
2] were observed for Haliotis rubra and Haliotis laevigata by Nash (1992), and peaks up to 2,347 postlarvae/[m.
Pink abalone are not known to aggregate during spawning, as has been described for northern abalone Haliotis kamtschatkana in British Columbia (Breen & Adkins 1980) and the greenlip abalone Haliotis laevigata in South Australia (Shepherd 1986).
Movement of the southern Australian abalone Haliotis laevigata in relation to crevice abundance.