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The South African fishery for rock lobster (Jasus lalandii) began in the late nineteenth century and expanded rapidly so that catches peaked at approximately 10,000 metric tons (t) per annum between 1950 and 1965 (Pollock, 1986).
Trials or actual production are said to be under way for farming or "enhancement" of snapper, rock lobster, freshwater eels, freshwater prawns, paua (abalone) and dredge oysters.
Effects of diet on the growth, survival, and condition of sea-caged adult southern rock lobster, Jasus edwardsii.
1999) Sea-based live holding of the southern rock lobster, Jasus edwardsii: a pilot study on long term holding feeding.
Back above the surface, at 'Fire' Teppanyaki chefs prepare fresh local rock lobster, Wagyu beef or the catch of the day, if you like.
If youare feeling hungry then chow down on some beef chorizo corn dogs or rock lobster spring rolls.
ROYAL TREATMENT Counterclockwise from left: Chili crab, warm Thai beef salad, French mussels, Cucina interior, pan-fried duck liver with spring salad, Chef Benjamin Roy Rendell, warm rock lobster thermidor, and Cucina's Asian and Oriental station.
The theatre's 2012 season focused on LGBT issues with the production Reflections of a Rock Lobster, about two boys going to prom together.
ABC reports that over 10 tonnes of rock lobster are being shipped daily from the southeast of South Australia to China.
The cosmic kitsch and playful absurdity of early singles such as Planet Claire and Rock Lobster explained the presence of a spaceman in full 1950s astronaut outfit in the largely 50-plus audience, while 90s hit Love Shack unified all ends of the age spectrum in a retro reverie.
The American group behind hits like Rock Lobster, Love Shack and Private Idaho love to party and will be aiming to have audiences up on their feet as they play Birmingham's O2 Academy on Thursday.