Panulirus


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Panulirus

potentially farmable spiny lobster; members of the family Palinura; called also rock lobster, langouste.
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Alimentaci6n y estado nutricional de las langostas Panulirus inflatus y Panulirus gracilis (Decapoda: Palinuridae) en Guerrero, Mexico.
Studies on the breeding stock of the western rock lobster, Panulirus cygnus, in relation to stock and recruitment.
Spiny lobster, Panulirus marginatus, various eteline and lutjanid snappers, jacks, groupers, and large pelagic fishes are found slightly farther from shore (Uchida and Uchiyama, 1986), just as is seen in the MHI.
Marine polychaetes were tagged successfully with coded microwire tags (Glycera dibranehiate and Nereis virens (Joule 1983)), as well as other marine invertebrates such as red king crabs (Paralithodes camtschaticus (Pengilly & Watson 1994)), lobsters (Homarus americanus (Ennis 1972), Panulirus argus (Sharp et al.
The most important invertebrates are spiny lobsters (4%), primarily Panulirus penicillatus which are speared, and topshell (2%) which are picked up by hand.
The sensory basis of feeding behaviour in the Caribbean spiny lobster, Panulirus argus.
Fecundity A number of the female Panulirus marginatus trapped on the research cruise at Necker Bank during June 1999 were berried (Table 1).
Environmental factors affecting growth and survival of juvenile western rock lobsters Panulirus longipes (Milne-Edwards).
Division of Fisheries and Oceanography in studies of juvenile western rock lobsters, Panulirus cygnus, off Cliff Head, southwestern Western Australia (W.
cDNA and protein sequence of a major form of P450, CYP2L, in the hepatopancreas of the spiny lobster, Panulirus argus.
Laboratory experiments by Brown and Caputi (1983) on small western rock lobster, Panulirus cygnus, exposed to direct sunlight resulted in an expected time to 50% mortality that decreased with increasing temperature, ranging from 233 minutes at 27 [degrees] C to 99 minutes at 31-35 [degrees] C.