Norway lobster


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Norway lobster

Norway lobster

n
(Animals) a European lobster, Nephrops norvegicus, fished for food
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Noun1.Norway lobster - edible European lobster resembling the American lobster but slendererNorway lobster - edible European lobster resembling the American lobster but slenderer
lobster - any of several edible marine crustaceans of the families Homaridae and Nephropsidae and Palinuridae
langoustine, Norwegian lobster, scampo - caught in European waters; slenderer than American lobster
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This pattern has also been reported before for European and American lobsters Homarus gammarus (Linnaeus, 1758) and Homarus americanus (Barlow & Ridgway 1969, Hepper 1977, Hagerman 1983), brown shrimp Crangon vulgaris (Linnaeus, 1758) (Djangmah 1970), and Norway lobster Nephrops norvegicus (Linnaeus, 1758) (Philp & Marteinsdottir 2013).
Kilkeel Seafoods designed a new investment programme to expand its processing operations for wholetail scampi or Norway lobster.
Langoustines are part of the lobster family and are sometimes known as Dublin Bay prawns and Norway lobster but, to be sure, look for nothing other than Scottish langoustines to guarantee you the best seasonal produce, particularly at this time of the year.
The council has made a similar decision regarding a group of 156 Swedish vessels when fishing for Norway lobster in the Skagerrak and Kattegat between southern Sweden, Norway and Denmark.
The menu included petit fours of king crab from Franz Raneburger, and Norway lobster on pineapple-paprika chutney with Tahiti vanilla from Thomas Kammeier.
In 1986, the Norway lobster fishery collapsed, leading the Danish government to draw up an action plan.
The drop in the catch of high-value species (cod, Norway lobster, shrimp, and scallops) together with lower demand in the United States market, produced some problems in the fish processing sector.
KEY WORDS: Norway lobster, Nephrops norvegicus, pellet feed, digestive enzymes, hepatopancreas, histology
In a comprehensive report on the European Commission's ongoing review of the EU Common Fisheries Policy (CFP), MEPs claimed that these studies should help reformulating a number of stock recovery plans, for example those for southern hake and Norway lobster off Spain and Portugal.
Additional case studies are given for lobsters and crabs-the southwestern Nova Scotia-Bay of Fundy lobster fishery, Western Australia rock lobster fishery, modeling the Norway lobster component of the Irish Sea multi-species fishery, managing the cyclic U.
The Norway lobster Nephrops norwegicus and the European lobster Hommarus gammarus were used as model organisms, with emersion as an invoker of hemolymph L-lactate.
These include restrictions on the use of bottom-set gillnets in the Bay of Biscay and the English Channel; an EU-wide 50 % reduction for spurdog catches, with a ban on targeted fishing; establishing catch limitations for some ray and skate stocks; separate cod TACs in the eastern English Channel for cod; a precautionary TAC of 200,000 tonnes for sandeel; a rollover of the 2008 quotas for anglerfish, Norway lobster, tusk, ling and blue ling; protection of juvenile blue ling.