She could understand it--understand the green crabs
with white- bleached claws that scuttled before her and which she could see pasturing on green-weeded rocks when the tide was low.
Salinity tolerance in color phases of female green crabs
, Carcinus maenas (Linnaeus, 1758).
In 2012 the Welsh crustacean fishery landed 1,300 tonnes of lobsters, crawfish, and spider, velvet and green crabs
at a value of PS3.
Homogenization of the eyestalk and re-injection into ESA green crabs
abolishes the effect of ESA (Henry, 2006a, b).
Key words: Growth, reproduction, Mediterranean green crabs
, Carcinus aestuarii
There are green crabs
from Weymouth as well as lobsters, soft shell crabs, squid, live clams and winkles.
As for other crabs, spider crabs and green crabs
, which were introduced into Raritan Bay from Europe a century ago, have also spread to Maine, where they have damaged shell fisheries, Weis said.
Answers: 1) 3 blue crabs + 2 green crabs
= 5 crabs; 2) 4 seagulls + 3 blackbirds = 7 birds; 3) 4 minnows + 2 salmon = 6 fish
If eiders can't get mussels," Ellis said, "they'll eat snails and crabs--mainly Asian shore crabs and green crabs
, because that is what's available.
Darwinian Snails looks at the underlying principles of natural selection using green crabs
preying on periwinkle snails.
In a rare analysis of one marine invader benefiting an earlier arrival, an ecologist says that European green crabs
invading a California bay have triggered a population explosion of a previously marginal clam.