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OYSTER. CRABS. I've saved the best for last. Eating raw crab is not unheard of,
as pointed out above in reference to the Japanese Hokkaido, but some culinary
sports here in the United States go a step further. The oyster crab, or pea crab, ...
A Field Guide to the Atlantic Seashore: From the Bay of ...
(2) Mussel Crab, Pinnotheres maculatus (not shown), shell round; males darkly
furred, with pale bald spots; females sometimes have a dull brownish fur that may
be shed or rubbed off; claws stronger than female Oyster Crab. Females to %in.
Roger Tory Peterson, 1999
The Coastal Zone: Past, Present, and Future
For example, the limbs of the oyster crab Pinnotheres ostreum, which lives in the
mande cavity of the American oyster Crassostrea virginica, often become
entangled in the gills of the oyster so that when the crab tries to free itself, the gills
of the ...
F. John Vernberg, Winona B. Vernberg, 2001
ally known as the oyster-crab. Fishermen have insisted to me that it was the
young of the edible crab. No naturalist, not even a tyro, could make this mistake.
Naturalists have named this little crab, Pinotheres ostreum. Usually it is the
A Field Guide to Southeastern and Caribbean Seashores: Cape ...
The literal meaning is "living together." Some of the best-known symbiotic
associations of crustaceans are with mollusks. The Spotted Pea Crab, for
example, lives at the edges of the mantle cavity of pen shells. The Oyster Crab
steals food from ...
Eugene H. Kaplan, Roger Tory Peterson, 1999
Lover's Book: Recipes & More
These crabs have relatively small bodies with large, meaty legs and claws. The
oyster crab (Pinnioteres pisun) is the smallest of all edible crabs. Found in many
parts of the world, the perpetually soft-shell females live inside oysters, clams,
The Oxford Companion to Food
... land crabs; lavignon; limpet; lobster; mangrove crab; mantis shrimp; marron;
molluscs; murex; mussel; nautilus; Norway lobster; ocean quahog; octopus; otter
shells; oyster; oyster crab; palolo; pearl oyster; pelican's foot; periwinkle; piddock;
Alan Davidson, Tom Jaine, 2014
Peterson First Guide to Seashores
... shown here. are flattened. with platelike scales. They can cling tightly to any
surface. Several species of Mud Crabs live among the oysters. Each is about an
inch and a half long. brown with black tips on its claws. The tiny Oyster Crab.
John C. Kricher, Roger Tory Peterson, 1998
Many consider Fabia as tasty as the oyster crab that infests the eastern oyster.
The eastern oyster crab is considered such a delicacy that an exception is made
in the public health codes, which usually prohibit the marketing or serving of ...
Edward Flanders Ricketts, David W. Phillips, 1985
A field guide to the Atlantic seashore
Very small crabs, /, in.-3/, in. (6-19 mm). Commensal with or parasitic in bivalves,
tube worms, colonial tunicates, or echinoderrns. 7 species. (1) Oyster Crab,
Pinnotheres ostreum, shell round, unmarked, and nearly hairless; females to % in
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Below the surface: Some saltwater creatures are easy to miss
Another little-known curiosity, but also a seafood delicacy, is the oyster crab. What some folks might find disgusting when shucking an oyster ... «Bluffton Today, abr 15»
"Oyster crabs" are a Chesapeake delicacy
Bob Fears, "he'd give me an oyster crab every now and then as a little treat. I'd stand there for more than an hour waitin' for the little crabs.". «Delmarva Daily Times, nov 14»
Supersize Me: Carbon Pollution Gives Rise To Bigger Blue Crabs
... an inadvertent one, for human-caused pollution, not only will the oyster crab face larger and hungrier predators, but more disease as well. «Nature World News, abr 13»
Florida Oyster Harvest Suffers As Drought Intensifies Water Battle …
Predators, like this oyster crab, are always present in the oyster bars but become more prevalent when low freshwater flows from the river allow ... «Circle of Blue WaterNews, set 12»
Core Themes for 2012: Highlighting the Rural Voice
The youngest in the crowd is both delighted and disgusted at the discovery of a lucky oyster crab in the corner of his oyster shell. Moments like ... «Southern Fried Science, jan 12»