- carid prawn
Prawns of the infraorder Caridea, which include fresh and brackish water shrimps and prawns and snapping shrimps. Members of Caridea carry fertilised eggs below the abdominal segments of the female, whereas in the infraorder Penaeidea females release their eggs directly into the sea.
Fisheries — dictionary. Aardward. 2004.
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penaeid prawn — Prawns of the infraorder Penaeidea. This infraorder includes the bulk of the prawns taken in commercial quantities in Australia. Female penaeid prawns release their eggs directly into the sea; see also carid prawn … Fisheries — dictionary
Southern school whiting — Taxobox name = Southern school whiting status = LC image width = 240 px regnum = Animalia phylum = Chordata classis = Actinopterygii ordo = Perciformes subordo = Percoidei superfamilia = Percoidea familia = Sillaginidae genus = Sillago species =… … Wikipedia