mud crab

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mud crab

n
(Animals) a large edible crab, Scylla serrata, of Australian mangrove regions
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Mating and spawning in the mudcrab, Scvlla serrata (Forskaal) (Decapoda: Portunidae), in Moreton Bay, Queensland.
There is also tremendous potential for aquaculture in Panguil Bay, which is being developed as the region's mudcrab capital.
Under the supervision of executive chef Lluis Cantons Pesarrodona, spectacular seafood from remote islands of the Philippines dominates the cold section of the buffet: glistening giant oysters, rare palm-size elephant clams, and exceptionally large mudcrab claws, which the staff crack and deliver to one's table.
Apart from the physical gifts, Imperial Edition also includes digital bonuses, where a player can play as an imperial in any alliance and will also get a white imperial horse, a mudcrab vanity pet and rings of Mara.
While farm-raised back tiger shrimp has reigned supreme as king of the Indian aquaculture export earnings realm for many years, and abundant harvests of cultured freshwater carp top 1.3 million tons per annum, will Asian seabass and mudcrab become the next big cash crops to cultivate on the subcontinent?
It is a key producer of mudcrab, mussel and oyster as well as brackish milkfish.
Barker and Gibson (1977, 1978) demonstrated a positive response of enzyme production post feeding in the F-cells of the European lobster Homarus gammarus and the mudcrab Scylla Serrata within an hour after feeding.