European lobster

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Related to European lobster: American lobster, Homarus americanus
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Synonyms for European lobster

similar to but smaller than American lobsters

lobster of Atlantic coast of Europe

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He's already run a highly successful and long running breed and release program for the Common European Lobster and is therefore one of only a handful marine scientists who are geared up for this type of project.
Likewise, European lobsters fed with various invertebrates and pellets have higher serum protein concentrations than those fed with bivalves only (Hagerman 1983).
The Centre for Sustainable Aquaculture Research (CSAR) at Swansea University is beginning a two-year project this week to rescue the European lobster, whose numbers are falling fast due to its popularity with diners.
Therefore, we aimed to evaluate the accuracy and reliability (intra- and intervariation) of 3 commercially available handheld lactate meters using the Norway lobster Nephrops norwegicus, Linnaeus, 1758, and the European lobster (EL) Hommarus gammarus, Linnaeus, 1758, as model organisms.
In the European lobster (Homarus gammarus), maturity curves show no decrease in the proportion of ovigerous females at sizes greater than 120 mm in CL (Laurans et al.
2003) for American lobsters collected in Canada and for the European lobster (Homarus gammarus Linnaeus, 1758).
Releasing native species, for example European lobsters and brown crabs into the seas around the UK means that they fit into the local sealife community.
Van der Meeren (2000), for instance, showed that low temperatures tended to reduce the aggressivity in European lobsters, which led individuals to stay in their shelter for a longer period.
Their claws take chunks out of European lobsters in conflicts over shelter and territory.
European lobsters take five years to reach a saleable size of just over a pound.
viridans, seems to be endemic to natural populations of both American and European lobsters (Stewart & Cornick 1967).
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