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yabby

, yabbie Austral
1. a small freshwater crayfish of the genus Cherax, esp C. destructor
2. a marine prawn used as bait
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Yabbies are well known for their burrowing habit and ability to tolerate long periods of drought by burrowing deep into moist soil (Jones and Morgan 1994).
The commercial native fishery in NSW was closed in 2001 to protect surviving populations, and now across most of the Murray-Darling Basin only yabbies and carp (a pest species) can be taken commercially.
Afisherman leaves a bucket of white yabbies and a bucket of black yabbies unattended for a while.
On the panel will be Clough Engineering Ltd MD Robert Jewkes, Mary Nenke of Cambinata Yabbies and Stephen Wall, CEO of Lasata Software Pty Ltd.
For yabbies you don't need chemicals, steroids or antibiotics.
Visit these sites to stock upon various Autralian food items, such as yabbies (a freshwater crawfish), barramundi (a tasty tropical fish), Vegemite, Tim Tam biscuits (cookies) and musk Lifesavers and a Vegemite cookbook.
Red Ochre Grills in Adelaide and Cairns, near the Great Barrier Reef, serve nouvelle aboriginal dishes such as witchetty grub and yabbies (freshwater crays).
The minor plot concerns preparations for a dinner dance about to take place in the local pub, including a good old Aussie bet between Cookie and Bob over food preparations (who can catch the most yabbies and where), and rehearsals for a 1920s nostalgic floor show.
Some of the many new names and stunning flavors now available include Mulloway, Hiramasa (Kingfish), Tasmanian Salmon, Western Rock Lobster, Yabbies, Barramundi and Red Emperor.
After battling 200 crayfish, eels, yabbies, mud crabs and jungle critters, Khan told Ant and Dec: "I was so focused.
because it seems red/blue claw yabbies are good barramundi bait in Oz (OK, totally unrelated to tigerfish, I know, but a similar sort of predator) and b/.
At sites with hard soils, many small reptiles will use deep cracks in the ground or burrows constructed by other taxa, such as spiders or yabbies, for shelter (Clemann 2000; Sass and Wilson 2006).