river prawn


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Noun1.river prawn - large Australian prawn
long-clawed prawn, Palaemon australis, river prawn - large (a foot or more) edible freshwater prawn common in Australian rivers
prawn, shrimp - any of various edible decapod crustaceans
2.river prawn - large (a foot or more) edible freshwater prawn common in Australian rivers
genus Palaemon, Palaemon - type genus of the family Palaemonidae; widely distributed genus
prawn - shrimp-like decapod crustacean having two pairs of pincers; most are edible
river prawn - large Australian prawn
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This can be attributed to the presence of diversified culture systems, which include pond, fence and cage culture of catfish and several indigenous species such as snakehead fish, climbing perch and giant river prawn. The Southern Region is followed by the Northern Region and Central Region.
Dishes that earned winning scores included river prawn with pomelo salad, roast beef with fish paste sauce (teuk prahok), smoked fish praheur soup, fish amok, chicken curry, stir-fried frog with fresh green peppercorns and deep-fried clams with young mango.
There was a river prawn, grilled and smothered with yellow curry mixing with the fat on its head.
Acute toxicity of ammonia to various life stages of the Amazon river prawn, Macrobrachium amazonicum, Heller, 1862.
The Gris Blanc Rose of Gerard Bertrand 2017 (Languedoc) is supposed to go well with Asian cooking, and it did, especially with the banana heart coconut milk sauce and the river prawn orange sauce.
KISR enclosures now produce Barramundi fish, which bears resemblance to the popularly consumed Seabass, giant tiger prawn, giant river prawn and giant crab.
Spatial distribution of the amazon river prawn Macrobrachium amazonicum (Heller, 1862) (Decapoda, Caridea, Palaemonidae) in two perennial creeks of an estuary on the northern coast of Brazil (Guajara Bay, Belem, Para).
ABSTRACT The aim of this study was to determine if the Amazon river prawn [Macrobrachium amazonicum (Heller, 1862)] population structure is affected by habitat heterogeneity.
Life-history traits of the Monsoon River prawn Macrobrachium malcolmsonii (Milne-Edwards, 1844) (Palaemonidae) in the Ganges (Padma) River, northwestern Bangladesh.
amazonicum (Amazon River prawn) in captivity and from the natural environment for the isolation of yeasts and Candida was the most isolated genus, showing that it belongs to the gastrointestinal microbiota of these animals.