European lobster


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Related to European lobster: American lobster, Homarus americanus
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Noun1.European lobster - similar to but smaller than American lobstersEuropean lobster - similar to but smaller than American lobsters
Homarus vulgaris, European lobster - lobster of Atlantic coast of Europe
lobster - flesh of a lobster
2.European lobster - lobster of Atlantic coast of EuropeEuropean lobster - lobster of Atlantic coast of Europe
true lobster - large edible marine crustaceans having large pincers on the first pair of legs
genus Homarus, Homarus - type genus of the family Homaridae: common edible lobsters
European lobster - similar to but smaller than American lobsters
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A new research report of Renub Research titled "Global Lobster Market, by Species (American lobster, European lobster, Caribbean spiny lobster, Australian spiny lobster, Red Rock Lobster, and Others), Importing Countries (United States, Canada, China, France, China, Hong Kong (SAR) and others) Exporting Countries (Canada, United States, Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom and Others) Forecast" This report studies the Global Lobster market and volume analysis and provides an all-encompassing analysis of the key growth drivers and preventive factors, price analysis, value chain analysis, market and volume trends, and their projections for the upcoming years.
"This (new) method has already enabled us to find out more about the European lobster's fertility.
The UK is a dominant supplier of some species, including, for example, the European lobster, but is reliant on other supplies for species like mussels, oysters, clams, cockles and razor clams.
The Common European lobster is usually a mottled dark blue/greeny-brown colour until it is boiled, when it turns the orangey/pink colour which seafood lovers will be familiar with.
[5.] Beal BF, Mercer JP, O'Conghaile A (2002) Survival and growth of hatchery-reared individuals of the European lobster, Homarus gammarus (L.), in field-based nursery cages on the Irish west coast.
He expects this to increase European lobster sales.
An aquaculture industry consortium is being led by the National Lobster Hatchery to develop novel cultivation techniques in order to expand the industry to include the European lobster, while the Scottish Association for Marine Sciences is leading a consortium to develop aquaculture technology to produce two species of seaweed.
At Gordon Ramsay Doha, guests dined on European lobster and pear salad, pan-fried sea bass and roasted lamb loin, along with a berry meringue and sorbet for dessert.
At Gordon Ramsay Doha, guests will enjoy a fine-dining five-course set menu featuring a European lobster and pear salad, pan-fried sea bass and a soft vanilla-berry meringue.
Scientists believe the European lobster, traditionally a much darker blue, hatched out with the unusual hue because of a rare genetic variant.

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