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Similar pH optima were reported for several other crustacean species, including the lobster Homarus americanus (Brockerhoff et al.
The natural history and population dynamics of American lobster, Homarus americanus, in the New York Bight are poorly known despite the value of this species in inshore and offshore fisheries elsewhere in the northeastern United States (Grosslein and Azarovitz, 1982; MacKenzie, 1992).
Epizootic shell disease in American lobsters Homarus americanus in southern New England: past, present and future.
An analysis of substrate selection by postlarval American lobsters, Homarus americanus, using a dynamic optimization model.
KEY WORDS: serum protein concentration, quality, molting, lobster, hepatopancreas, Homarus americanus
Oxygen transport and acid-base balance in the haemolmyph of the lobster, Homarus gammarus, during aerial exposure and re-submersion.
The olfactory pathway for individual recognition in the American lobster Homarus americanus.
The expansion of this habitat type in the Bight by man's addition of solid material has probably had an effect on LMR distributions and fisheries (such as American lobster, Homarus americanus; cod, Gadus morhua; red hake, Urophycis chuss; ocean pout, Macrozoarces americanus; scup, Stenotomus chrysops; black sea bass, Centropristis striata; and tautog, Tautoga onitis) and possible effect on other resources, but these effects are not well known nor well understood.
Effects of trap venting in gear selectivity in the inshore Rhode Island American lobster, Homarus americanus, fishery.