lobsterlike

lobsterlike

(ˈlɒbstəˌlaɪk)
adj
similar to or resembling a lobster
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A modified joint might have made all the difference to scurrying crabs as they diverged from their plodding lobsterlike brethren.
With RoboLobster, a lobsterlike robot, already in use, this research may inspire a new generation of mechanical crawlers, says Vidal-Gadea.
A relative of spiders, these eight-legged arachnids can grow up to 20 centimeters (8 inches) long and have two threatening, lobsterlike claws.
As cool and refreshing as the marinated sole is, the monkfish is warm and comforting, with pieces of firm-fleshed, almost lobsterlike ``coda,'' or tail, sauced with a white wine and tomatoes liquid boosted with garlic, black olives and capers.
The combination of his choleric, lobsterlike complexion and his angry mane of ginger hair used to excite comment.
and his coworkers obtained DNA from 26 decapod crustaceans, including crab-, shrimp-, and lobsterlike animals.
A small lobsterlike crustacean, named for the Sydney neighborhood where trawlers used to dock.
The name for the lobsterlike creature derives from the French ecrevisse.
Kats and his students have observed the 3-inch, lobsterlike creatures in Malibu Creek for the last 10 years.
And the combination of the lobsterlike, firm-fleshed monkfish with that ocean-tinged corn hash boosted with the aromatic chile sauce was enough to forgive him for charging so much for a martini.
The main course brings forth lobsterlike monkfish with pancetta (Italian bacon), spinach and tarragon-flavored polenta plus a merlot reduction sauce.