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Abalone is Abalone in English too.

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pāua is the maori word for abalone.


Their are nine spiecies of abalone. Their's black abalone, flat abalone, green abalone, pink abalone, pinto abalone, red abalone, threaded abalone, western abelone, and white abalone.


You find abalone in the ocean.


Abalone live for a maximum of 15 years. for more information about abalone.... http://oceanlink.island.net/Conservation/abalone/BHCAP/development.html


An abalone steak is a steak made out of the California Red Abalone. The California Red Abalone is a species of very large edible sea snail.


Pauanui means Big Abalone in Maori.


Ormer, found around chanel islands


Abalone have tentacles and they move slowly with them.


An abalone is aboutg 25 in long.


No. The abalone is a sea snail (a mollusk).



no only in california in the US


There is no standard collective noun for 'abalone'. However, collective nouns are an informal part of language, any noun that suits the context can function as a collective noun; for example, an abundance of abalone, an absence of abalone, a plate of abalone, etc.



abalone, papershell, collpod, rettuy


abalone is found on some coast of some place.


Abalone is a noun. It names a type of shellfish.


I've been studying marine biologys for quite a few years now, and it's very difficult to give it a scientific name, or find one for it, but the best choice for the scientific name for a abalone is a "Licacoc" It's acceptable, and 100% valid.


The scientific or taxonomic name would be Haliotis cracherodii.


The scientific or taxonomic name would be Haliotis rufescens.



In New Zealand it is known as Paua (pronounced Parwa) Ormer


see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abalone


An abalone reproduces by letting go sperm into the water and egs


I love to keep the shells of abalone after I eat them with my favorite sauce.



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