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flatfish

fish with severely flattened bodies, having both eyes on one side and swim on one side; includes halibut, flounder, sole; generally considered to mean members of the order Pleuronectiformes.
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The MinnowBoard Turbot quad-core is a versatile, embedded board with PC-like capabilities.
2 tonnes) for turbot and in national quotas of 70% (or 8,032.
Acuidoro, based in the Cervo municipality of the Spanish province of Lugo, is a turbot and sole fattening company set up in 1987.
We sailed to sandbanks west of Jersey's Corbiere lighthouse, fishing on the drift for turbot and brill," David reports.
North West Wales is already emerging as the fish farm capital of Wales with traditional mussel harvesting supplemented by new aquaculture technologies to produce marine fin fish such as turbot and sea bass.
Cyprus-registered Norwegian offshore vessels operator Deep Sea Supply Plc (OSE:DESSC) announced on Wednesday (7 May) that it has secured time charter contracts for its platform supply vessels (PSV) Sea Pollock and Sea Turbot from Esso Exploration Inc.
It includes squid, salmon, sardines, skate, coley, sprats, roe, three types of prawn - gambon, tiger and Greenland - mackerel, turbot, dorada, haddock, cod, sea bass, scallops, lobsters and live crabs.
During its lifetime the turbot lays about 14million eggs.
Zucchini flowers stuffed with prawn tempura and small turbot with pan-fried gnocchi should not be missed.