rock lobster

NOUN
  1. large edible marine crustacean having a spiny carapace but lacking the large pincers of true lobsters
  2. warm-water lobsters without claws; those from Australia and South Africa usually marketed as frozen tails; caught also in Florida and California
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How To Use rock lobster In A Sentence

  • The Palinuridae family includes the commercially exploited crustaceans of Australia that are known as rock lobsters, spiny crayfish and marine crayfish.
  • The area - biologically rich, and home to various shallow and deepwater marine species such as hake, kingklip, monkfish, rock lobster and tune - faces serious threats from trawling and mining activities.
  • In the waters of south-eastern Australia, including NSW, the decline in abundance of key species, including abalone, rock lobster and gemfish, had already been documented. EcoEarth.Info Environment RSS Newsfeed
  • Rock lobster, crab and oysters add to the spread of commercial marine species.
  • For main course try fettucini with rabbit and artichoke or rock lobster with Barolo butter.
  • The bulletin said the contraction during the fourth quarter was reflected in the species such as demersal hake, horse mackerel and rock lobster.
  • It begins with cold entrees with choices of tuna, smoked eel, Norwegian salmon or souffl√© of Siam bay rock lobster in light fennel aspic and saffron sauce.
  • Hundreds of fishermen from across the Mid West will be back on the water tomorrow for the opening day of the State's multimillion dollar rock lobster fishing season.
  • Sometimes referred to as rock lobster or langouste, it is generally found in warmer waters.
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