2 edition of indexed bibliography of the spiny lobsters, family Palinuridae found in the catalog.
indexed bibliography of the spiny lobsters, family Palinuridae
by State University System of Florida, Sea Grant Program in [Gainesville?]
Written in English
|Statement||Paul Kanciruk and William F. Herrnkind, editors.|
|Series||Report - State University System of Florida, Sea Grant Program ; no. 8|
|Contributions||Herrnkind, William F., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||Z7996.C95 K36, QL444.M33 K36|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||101 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||101|
|LC Control Number||76624396|
Abstract. There are over species of lobsters distributed among three families of decapod crustaceans: Nephropidae Dana, (clawed lobsters), Palinuridae Latreille, (spiny lobsters), and Scyllaridae Latreille, (slipper lobsters). Lobsters occur throughout most of the world’s seas and live in a variety of habitats from just below the tide line to depths of over by: 1. in the FSU Biological Science History project Publications, FSU Key to codes in square brackets Back to history project index of years. P., and W. Herrnkind, editors. An indexed bibliography of the spiny lobsters, family Palinuridae. Florida Sea Grant Program Report 8. pp. [booked, A3] Keough, G., and K. G. Hofer.
Spiny lobsters, also known as langouste or rock lobsters, are a family (Palinuridae) of about 60 species of achelate crustaceans, in the Decapoda lobsters are also, especially in Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, and the Bahamas, sometimes called crayfish, sea crayfish, or crawfish ("kreef" in South Africa), terms which elsewhere are reserved for freshwater crayfish. Spiny lobster DNA samples from four Mediterranean localities were analysed to examine the genetic variability at both the intra- and interspecific level. Furthermore, the phylogenetic relationships within the family Palinuridae (among the two species of Palinurus, most of the species of Panulirus and all the species of Jasus) are examined.
Spiny lobsters, also known as rock lobsters are a family (Palinuridae) of about 45 species of crustaceans, in the Decapoda lobsters are also called crayfish, sea crayfish or crawfish.. Although they superficially resemble true lobsters in terms of overall shape, and that they also have a hard carapace and exoskeleton, the two groups are not closely related. Introduction. Spiny lobsters are one of the world's most valuable fisheries resources. The genus Panulirus, comprising 19 or more species, is the largest group in the family Palinuridae (George and Main, ; Holthuis, ; McWilliam, ), and all species are highly prized in many attention has been paid to biological investigation of the bottom-living phase of the young and Cited by:
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Indexed bibliography of the spiny lobsters, family Palinuridae. [Gainesville?]: State University System of Florida, Sea Grant Program, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Paul Kanciruk; William F Herrnkind; Florida Sea Grant.
An indexed bibliography of the spiny lobsters, family Palinuridae. By P. (ed.) Kanciruk, W.F. (ed.) Herrnkind, Gainesville (USA) Florida Sea Grant Program and MD (USA). Environmental Family Palinuridae book Information Center Rockville National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
Spiny lobsters tend to live in crevices of rocks and coralreefs, only occasionally venturing out at night to seek snails, clams, sea-hares,crabs, or sea urchinsto eat.
Sometimes, they migrate in very large groups in long files of lobsters across the sea floor. These lines may be more than 50 lobsters : Malacostraca. The spiny lobsters, be cause of their large size, commercial im portance, benthic habits as adults and pelagic habit as larvae, and their wide geographic and vertical distribution, are well suited for a study of evolution in the marine environment.
In Holthuis provided an excellent basic taxonomic re vision of the Palinuridae and, sometimes. Spiny lobsters are among the world's most valuable and highly prized seafoods, captured and marketed in over 90 countries.
Demand for spiny lobsters has escalated in the past two decades, spurring the need both for better management and for research on which to base that management.
Spiny lobster aquaculture, however, now appears to be a real possibility, some countries have. There are over species of lobsters distributed among three families of decapod crustaceans: Nephropidae Dana, (clawed lobsters), Palinuridae Latreille, (spiny lobsters), and. Spiny lobsters of the family Palinuridae are found throughout tropical and temperate seas, where they are of considerable ecological and economic importance (Lipcius and Cobb ).
The family Palinuridae book cycle. by Spiny lobsters or rock lobsters belonging to the family Palinuridae. While the traditional fishery is exclusively constituted by the shallow water species of genus Panulirus, the non-conventional lobster resources found in the deeper waters belong to genus Puerulus.
In recent years, slipper lobsters belonging to the family Scyllaridae. Florida Sea Grant publications Portion of title: Publications Physical Description: v.: ill. ; 23 cm.
AN INDEXED BIBLIOGRAPHY OF SNAPPER (LUTJANIDAE) AND GROUPER-SEA BASS AN INDEXED BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE SPINY LOBSTER FAMILY PALINURIDAE.
Kanciruk and W. Herrnkind, Editors, pp. (No. Abstract. Aspects of moulting and reproduction of a primarily adult population of the spiny lobster Jasus edwardsii (Hutton) (Palinuridae) were investigated in the field and at an adjacent laboratory in northeast New Zealand from to Most males moulted in October/November, ensuring they were in intermoult stage at by: An indexed bibliography of the spiny lobsters, family Palinuridae / Paul Kanciruk and William F.
Herrnkind, editors. [Gainesville?]: State University System of Florida, Sea Grant Program, A22 no.9; A22 no Economic structure of the Florida shrimp processing industry / Jose Alvarez, Chris O.
Andrew, Fred J. Prochaska. The generic name is an anagram of Palinurus, as with other genera of its nominal family Palinuridae, the spiny lobsters. The name is derived from Palinurus, mentioned in the Aeneid, whose improper burial caused his soul to drift near the coast to the open seas; an appropriate metaphor for the habits of the spiny lobsters that develop near the coast and migrate away from : Malacostraca.
Spiny Blue Lobster - Panulirus versicolor Taxonomy: Spiny Blue Lobster belongs to the Kingdom Animalia, Phylum Arthropoda, Class Crustacea, Order Decapoda, Family Palinuridae, Genus Panulirus and Species versicolor. Spiny lobster aquaculture, however, now appears to be a real possibility, some countries have already approved the legislation, and it may be only a few years before this becomes the major source.
The book opens with a brief review of the general biology, distribution, fishing techniques etc. but the major emphasis is on the latest management Cited by: Citation: Briones-Fourzán P () Differences in life-history and ecological traits between co-occurring Panulirus spiny lobsters (Decapoda, Palinuridae).
In: Wehrtmann IS, Bauer RT (Eds) Proceedings of the Summer Meeting of the Crustacean Society and the Latin American Association of Carcinology, Costa Rica, July ZooKeys –Cited by: 3. Define spiny lobster. spiny lobster synonyms, spiny lobster pronunciation, spiny lobster translation, English dictionary definition of spiny lobster.
Any of various edible marine decapod crustaceans of the family Palinuridae, having a spiny carapace and long antennae and lacking claws. Introduction. Spiny lobsters from the family Palinuridae exhibit evolutionary habitat differentiation, with some species inhabiting the shallow coastal reefs throughout their entire benthic life cycle; while other species migrate to deep water during the juvenile/adult ontogeny (George, ).This life cycle pattern in Palinuridae has been observed worldwide; it has also been reported that Cited by: 6.
A large spiny lobster, growing up to 60 cm in total length, with a stout, heavily armoured body. The colour is usually orange dorsally with darker spines and white underneath but brown, sandy and purple morphs are occasionally found (Hunter et al., ; Hunter, ).It has numerous sharp spines on the carapace, over much of the abdomen and on the larger appendages.
Palinuridae (spiny lobsters; class Malacostraca, order Decapoda) Family of large, edible decapods which have a more or less cylindrical cephalothorax and a well-developed, dorsoventrally flattened abdomen. The head bears large, spiny antennae, and in most species the first pair of legs is not enlarged.
The family occurs in tropical waters. Other articles where Spiny lobster is discussed: lobster: Unlike true lobsters, spiny lobsters (Palinuridae), so called because of their very spiny bodies, do not have large claws. People eat the abdomen, which is marketed as lobster tail. The antennae are long.
Most species live in tropical waters; Palinurus elephas, however, is found from Great Britain to. Florent's Guide To The Hawaii Reefs - Pronghorn Spiny Lobster - Panulirus penicillatus - Spiny Lobsters - Tufted Spiny Lobster, Green Spiny Lobster - Spiny Lobsters - Indo-Pacific, Great Barrier Reef, Hawaii - Tufted Spiny Lobster, Green Spiny Lobster.Linuparus White, comprises three extant species, Linuparus trigonus (Von Siebold, ), L.
sordidus Bruce,and L. somniosus Berry and Geor.The furry lobsters(rellus) are sometimes separated into a family of their own, the Synaxidae, but are usually considered members of the Palinuridae. The slipper lobsters(Scyllaridae) are their next closest relatives, and these two or three families make up the Achelata.