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Coinfection by a yeast-like organism in Hematodinium-infected European edible crabs Cancer pagurus and velvet swimming crabs Necora puber from the English channel.
Swimming crabs of the family Portunidae are common in coastal habitats in tropical, subtropical, and temperate regions.
In spite of this, nothing is known about the abundance, microdistribution, and population traits of swimming crabs on these arid beaches.
AFFI applauded the International Trade Commission's (ITC) decision to reject a claim that increased imports of crabmeat from swimming crabs pose significant harm to the U.
The petition was submitted by the Blue Crab Coalition, which is comprised of Southeastern harvesters and producers of swimming crabs.
Swimming crabs generally have paddles on their back legs and can swim in all directions.
Observation on the ecology and distribution of swimming crabs of the genus Callinectes (Decapoda: Brachyura: Portunidae) in the Gulf of California, Mexico.
Population genetics of the swimming crab Callinectes bellicosus (Brachyura: Portunidae) from the eastern Pacific Ocean.
Mullet, swimming crabs, shrimp, lures which resemble same
An examination of what's inside finds eight three-ounce cakes made from blue swimming crabs caught in Gulf of California waters and packed in Mexico.
Genetic relationships of this species to other species of swimming crabs of the genus Callinectes are also explored and presented as phylogenetic trees.
Swimming crabs of the genus Callinectes Stimpson, 1860 are widely distributed throughout the American tropics and subtropics, where many species are exploited commercially (Norse, 1977; Williams, 1984).
Swimming crabs belonging to the genus Ovalipes (Crustacea: Brachyura: Portunidae) are distributed worldwide along sandy coastlines of subtropical and temperate waters (Stephenson and Rees, 1968).
Sexual maturity of speckled swimming crab Arenaeus cribrarius (Lamark, 1818) (Decapoda, Brachyura, Portunidae), in the Ubatuba litoral, Silo Paulo State, Brazil.