prawn


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prawn:

see shrimpshrimp,
small marine decapod crustacean with 10 jointed legs on the thorax, well-developed swimmerets on the abdominal segments, and a body that is compressed laterally.
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prawn

any of various small edible marine decapod crustaceans of the genera Palaemon, Penaeus, etc., having a slender flattened body with a long tail and two pairs of pincers
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The vitally important thing, beyond the clean-up and rebuilding of prawn businesses affected, is to ensure this virus does not spread to other areas of Australia nor be imported into Australia beyond our biosecurity controls.
My top tip You can add other types of shellfish, as well as or instead of prawns.
The price of black tiger prawns has rocketed 40%, said purchasing firm Beacon, which liaises with seafood suppliers.
During acclimatization period, juveniles of freshwater prawn were fed with standard feed (32.
It's a farming system that merely accentuates the natural productiveness of mudflats and mangrove forests where prawn farming takes place.
The annual number of juvenile banana prawn released, as well as the catch of this species between 2001 and 2010, is shown in Figure 1.
Whilst we have respected the essence of this traditional dish we have given it an extra layer of depth by using the highest quality and tastiest prawns available and combined it with a sauce of a quality that diners would expect from John Ross Jr.
Environment officials will be looking into the water temperature and oxygen levels to determine the cause of the prawn deaths.
KEY WORDS: prawn, Metapenaeus macleayi, correlation analysis, temperature, chlorophyll a, Hawkesbury River
Remove the prawns from their marinade and cook them either on soaked wooden skewers on a very hot barbecue or under a hot grill.