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Noun1.Nephrops - a genus of NephropsidaeNephrops - a genus of Nephropsidae    
arthropod genus - a genus of arthropods
family Nephropsidae, Nephropsidae - in some classifications coextensive with the Homaridae
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Pelaic dispersal of Norway lobster Nephrops norvegicus larvae examined using an advection-diffusion-mortality model.
Pandalid shrimp Plesionika heterocarpus, Crangonid shrimp Aegaeon lacazei and Norway lobster Nephrops norvegicus were reported only at the depth of 60 m, and brachyuran crab Dromia personata at the depth of 40 m.
Inter-individual and within-brood variability in the fatty acid profiles of Norway lobster, Nephrops norvegiens (L.) embryos.
For example, DFA has been applied to estimate underlying common trends among multiple time series of catch per unit effort of Norwegian lobster Nephrops norvegicus (Zuur et al., 2003b) and squid Loligo forbesi (Zuur and Pierce, 2004) with sea surface temperature and North Atlantic Oscillation index as the explanatory variables.
[41.] Mente El (2010) Survival, food consumption and growth of Norway lobster (Nephrops norvegicus) kept in laboratory conditions.
Molecular Ecology of Two Commercially Important Crustacean Species, Nephrops norvegicus and Macrobrachium rosenbergii: Implication for Aquaculture and Conservation.
The influence exerted by food (e.g., availability, quality and nutritional composition) over the chemical composition in crustaceans has also been investigated in natural conditions for Aristeus antennatus (Crustacea: Penaeidea), Parapenaeus longirostris (Crustacea: Penaeidea) and Nephrops norvegicus (Crustacea: Astacidea) by Rosa & Nunes, (2002, 2003) and in culture conditions for M.
The vast majority of the value of the fish caught off North Shields came from Nephrops, also known as Norway lobsters.