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shrimp

Artemia, Penaeus spp. See Table 23.
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As a child growing up in Chelmsley Wood, the ultimate culinary treat for Glynn Purnell was potted shrimp.
Diversity and recruitment of penaeoid shrimps (Crustacea: Decapoda) at Bear Cut, Biscayne Bay, Florida, USA.
The government has banned import of shrimp since December 2004 to prevent the spread of shrimp disease and pest, cases of which have been discovered abroad.
Whether it's a crunchy piece of pulpo (octopus) or everyday shrimp, it won't be disappointingly overcooked and dried out.
Determined to nab the culprits, Cripe baited a special trap: one of the feisty shrimp wandered in, but quickly escaped.
The Social and Ecological Consequences of High-Intensity Shrimp Farming
exoculata, she reasoned that the shrimps could use the light from vents to help orient themselves at a safe distance from the hot plumes.
The maritime and fishery ministry said imports of shrimps form the three Asian countries already reached 2,600 tons so far this year.
Generally, the fare is fresh-tasting, good-smelling, relatively mild in spicy heat and mostly utilizing shrimp, pork, chicken or beef with plenty of vegetables and familiar Thai herbal seasoning.
depends heavily on foreign suppliers for the bulk of its shrimps.
The prices of shrimps in the Japanese market firmed lately with the change in the exchange rate of yen to the U.
The Shrimp Dock, which replaced Bombay Gate at 19752 Ventura Blvd.