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The American lobster Washington :Govt. Print. Off.,1895. biodiversitylibrary.org/page/37159880

The American lobster Washington :Govt. Print. Off.,1895. biodiversitylibrary.org/page/37159880

Vintage giant lobster american lobster crab by EphemereIntemporel

Vintage giant lobster american lobster crab by EphemereIntemporel

The American lobster; - Biodiversity Heritage Library. http://biodiversitylibrary.org/page/37159864. #WorldOceansDay

The American lobster; - Biodiversity Heritage Library. http://biodiversitylibrary.org/page/37159864. #WorldOceansDay

Vintage American Lobster Illustration Natural History Nautical Sea Life Wall Decor Print 8x10 ocean blue

Vintage American Lobster Illustration Natural History Nautical Sea Life Wall Decor Print 8x10 ocean blue

Vintage American Lobster Natural History by vintagebytheshore, $14.00

Vintage American Lobster Natural History by vintagebytheshore, $14.00

American lobster - Lobsters are usually cooked alive, which may be illegal in certain areas and which some people consider inhumane. Meat is generally contained in the larger claws and tails, and stays warm quite a while after being served. There is some meat in the legs and in the arms that connect the large claws to the body. There is also some small amount of meat just below the carapace around the thorax and in the smaller legs.

American lobster - Lobsters are usually cooked alive, which may be illegal in certain areas and which some people consider inhumane. Meat is generally contained in the larger claws and tails, and stays warm quite a while after being served. There is some meat in the legs and in the arms that connect the large claws to the body. There is also some small amount of meat just below the carapace around the thorax and in the smaller legs.

How Much American Lobster Knowledge Can You Shell Out?

How Much American Lobster Knowledge Can You Shell Out?

American lobster - A female lobster carrying eggs on her pleopods. To protect breeding females caught carrying eggs are to be notched on a tail flipper (second from the right, if the lobster is right-side up and the tail is fully extended). The female cannot be kept or sold, and is commonly referred to as a "punch-tail" or as "v-notched". This notch remains for two molts of the lobster exoskeleton, providing harvest protection and continued breeding availability for up to five years.

American lobster - A female lobster carrying eggs on her pleopods. To protect breeding females caught carrying eggs are to be notched on a tail flipper (second from the right, if the lobster is right-side up and the tail is fully extended). The female cannot be kept or sold, and is commonly referred to as a "punch-tail" or as "v-notched". This notch remains for two molts of the lobster exoskeleton, providing harvest protection and continued breeding availability for up to five years.

American lobster - Lobster traps on Long Island Sound near Guilford, Connecticut. Lobster traps are rectangular cages made of vinyl-coated galvanized steel mesh or wood, with woven mesh entrances. These are baited and lowered to the sea floor. They allow a lobster to enter, but make it difficult for the larger specimens to turn around and exit. This allows the creatures to be captured alive. The traps, sometimes referred to as "pots", have a buoy floating on the surface.

American lobster - Lobster traps on Long Island Sound near Guilford, Connecticut. Lobster traps are rectangular cages made of vinyl-coated galvanized steel mesh or wood, with woven mesh entrances. These are baited and lowered to the sea floor. They allow a lobster to enter, but make it difficult for the larger specimens to turn around and exit. This allows the creatures to be captured alive. The traps, sometimes referred to as "pots", have a buoy floating on the surface.

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