Soft crab


Related to Soft crab: Soft shell crab
(Zool.) any crab which has recently shed its shell.

See also: Soft

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6 -- Seafood as the Protein of Choice: Pay attention to soft crab, whitefish, and trash fish.
Across the table, my partner tucked into soft crab (PS7.
The seafood gave the most subtle of flavours, while - tions, could have done a party twice Across the table, my partner tucked into soft crab (PS7.
Within minutes a sensational seafood platter appeared which included salmon cake with onion, cucumber and dill, tandoori shrimp and crab chutney with deep fried soft crab.
This rod (pictured) has a supple tip to prevent soft crab baits from cracking off during a powerful cast but with ample power in the mid-section and butt.
There are 3 crabbing licenses included, a hard crab, soft crab, stone crab, and 500 crab traps.
Because a hard crab will kill and eat a soft crab, the shedding tanks must be carefully watched 'round the clock and the shedding crabs removed to another tank.
This quirky toy will give your cat hours of fun with a soft crab to bat around and swinging toys suspended from a stuffed palm tree.
The soft crab specialty is marketed in sizes ranging from mediums (3.
The blue crab is a conspicuous member of coastal ecosystems along the Atlantic and Gulf coasts and the species supports important recreational and commercial fisheries for both hard and soft crabs (Guillory et al.
March 14, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --Handy is pleased to announce its new formal DNA testing program for crab meat, soft crabs, oysters and artisanal fish.
Of 419 rock crabs examined, intermolt crabs (n=293) were 33% full, premolt crabs (n=9) were empty, soft crabs (n=22) were empty, and postmolt crabs (n=95) were 20% full.