Are spiny lobsters a rarity in the seafood market?
Spiny lobsters are rare during certain parts of the year.
Spiny Lobsters eat Manatee
lobsters live in sea
Some do, yes. Spiny lobsters are well known for their long migrations, which they do as a long line of lobsters.
Yes they most certainly do. Only lobsters in the northern Atlantic have claws (clawed lobsters). Tropical lobsters do not have claws (spiny lobsters).
Spiny lobsters are important to local economies because they are a delicacy in many restaurants. People who harvest lobster for sale can make a good living.
small sharks and spiny lobsters
Yes. They eat fish, spiny lobsters, octopuses and eels.
Lobsters are found in the south of Florida. They are also found near the Caribbean islands. The type of lobster found near Florida is the spiny lobster.
There are no clawed lobsters in the Pacific Ocean, but spiny lobsters can be found there. As for why there are no clawed lobsters in the Pacific, there is no consensus that I know of on why this is the case. It is almost surely related to the evolutionary history of clawed lobsters. Perhaps clawed lobsters evolved in the northern Atlantic originally, and because they were isolated from the northern Pacific by the North American… Read More
Mostly no but in the Florida Bay area lack of freshwater from the Everglades has caused the spiny lobster to be
Lobsters will eat almost anything, but their favorite foods are snails, crabs, clams, and urchins.
Harry B. Hinkle has written: 'Report on the capture, transportation and marketing of live spiny lobster in the Philippines' -- subject(s): Lobster fisheries, Spiny lobsters
Barry W. Ache has written: 'Chemical attractants of the Florida spiny lobster, Panulirus argus' -- subject(s): Food, Sensory Receptors, Spiny lobsters
The Langosta lobster, also known as the spiny lobster, is commonly found in the Caribbean. Lobsters don't usually live that long. They might end up at Red Lobster on a plate!
The Caribbean Spiny Lobsters live in the warm waters of the Caribbean Sea. They do not live in any other ocean.
Different species of lobster are adapted in different ways. Spiny lobsters, for instance, do not have claws like those that are more widely recognized. Instead, they have long rapier-like antennae that can be used to defend themselves. Lobsters are scavengers eating just about anything that they find including carrion.
Lobsters are normally a deep red, or reddish brown color. They have large claws like crabs and tails with fins. The are considered crustaceans and have a hard outer shell with long spiny feelers on their heads for scavenging.
When lobsters are underwater they breath in oxygen, when they come above water they breath out carbon dioxide.
Crayfish (crawdads), crabs, lobsters, and shrimp are among the more familiar edible decapods. Other decapods that are frequently eaten although not well-recognized are squat lobsters, spiny lobsters, slipper lobsters, and king crabs; these are often sold as "lobster" or "crab" although they are not lobsters or crabs. Krill, small shrimp-like decapods, are eaten in Russia and Japan. There are estimated to be between 150 million and 750 million TONS of krill in the waters around… Read More
Lobsters aka Homarus Americanus, are bottom feeding animals and best caught using a trap. The trap is typically an easy entry and impossible exit for lobsters. The primary bait for lobster traps is cod fish heads. Some aggressive lobster anglers (particularly when fishing for Caribbean spiny lobster) fish by hand with snorkle or scuba gear.
The question might need some clarification, but, if it's regarding the gross external morphology, there are lobsters with claws and ones without. The spiny lobsters have no prominent claws but instead some very large, thick prominent antennae. These are usually found in warmer waters. The ones with big claws for crushing and slicing their food, are the American or European lobsters - you might find these in colder waters, e.g., off the east coast of… Read More
Well, no. Those are probably spiny lobsters, although in Australia, they are sometimes called crayfish, or crays (another illustration of how confusing common names can be).
spiny lobsters! The main Bahamas exports are: plastics, organic chemicals, fish, machinery, salt, stone, cement, cosmetics, boats and ships, iron and steel products.
A crayfish, langouste or spiny loster (Palinuridae) native to reefs. New Zealand and Australia are major exporters of this seafood. They are no comparison to the Maine Lobster (Homarus americanu, but they are a lot easier on the pocket book.
Because the name is spiny which makes them spiny
SPINY= My spiny sister caught me by her spiny legs.
a spiny animal is a spiny animal fredric
Robert G. Lindberg has written: 'Growth, population dynamics, and field behavior in the spiny lobster, Panulirus interruptus (Randall)' -- subject(s): Lobsters 'Can animals predict earthquakes?' -- subject(s): Earthquake prediction, Seismology, Research
they are starfish that is spiny
Madagascar has the Spiny Forest, also called the Spiny Thicket or Spiny Desert.
a spiny mammal eat
The name "Lobster" most commonly refers to the crustaceans of the family "Nephropidae", sometimes also "Homaridae" which live only in salt water. There are a number of other crustaceans that have common names including "lobster" in the name in some parts of the world, such as the "squat lobster," but are not true lobsters. The squat lobster, for example, is in fact more closely related to crabs than to lobsters. A close "relative" of the… Read More
their spiny skin
It is actually illegal in someplaces to boil them alive. The more humane way to cook them is by first freezeng them that way they don't suffer. There are studies demonstrating that lobsters feel pain and also suffer. Let's be responsable! if we kill to eat, the least we can do is provide a decent death to the animals. We owe them that.
The Spiny Forest or Spiny Thickets is the desert of Madagascar.
No, some are not spiny at all, like snakes.
Spiny anteaters, or echidnas, move with their feet.
Spiny Anteater have four legs...
On the American lobster you might be familiar with, that has the large front claws (not the spiny lobster with the giant antenna but tiny claws) there is a larger claw and a smaller one. The bigger one is for crushing prey and has rounded bumps; the smaller is a cutter and has sharp inside edges used for holding and tearing prey.
The blue spiny lizard is an Omnivore.
Spiny anteater is a common name for the echidna.
Langouste is another name for the spiny lobster.
Agaves have long, spiny leaves.
The spiny anteater have 4 lobes .
Spiny mice are primarily from the Sahara Desert.
California spiny lobster was created in 1840.
Spiny softshell turtle was created in 1827.