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Baby shrimps

Baby shrimps

Scientific features: Caridea Dana Baby shrimps prefer living on rocky seabeds covered by thick Posidonia vegetation and are fished with bottom trawling. On the market there are both baby shrimps ...

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Lobster

Lobster

The Mediterranean lobster belongs to the "Palinurus" family. It's widespread in the Mediterranean and Eastern Atlantic Ocean, living on the rocky seabeds. Scientific description: Palinurus ...

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Giant Tiger Prawns

Giant Tiger Prawns

Giant tiger prawns, better known as "king prawns" are shellfish typical of the Adriatic Sea. Scientific description: Penaeus Kerathurus Inshore, rather shallow waters, preferably with sandy and ...

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Soft-shell crabs

Soft-shell crabs

Soft-shell crabs are a typical dish of the Venetian tradition. They are used in unique and famous recipes of Venetian cuisine. Scientific description: Carcinus Aestuarli The soft-shell crabs lose ...

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Shrimp

Shrimp

Shrimp are the most popular and well known amongst all shellfish. Scientific description: Palaemon Elegans They live mainly on the sandy or muddy sea floors of the Adriatic. Like all shellfish, ...

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Shore crabs with roe

Shore crabs with roe

Shore crabs with roe are shellfish, they are female crabs and are very widespread in the Venetian lagoon and fished in the area. Scientific description: Carcinus Aestuarli These shellfish live on ...

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Nephrops norvegicus

Nephrops norvegicus

Scampi generally seek refuge inside the many galleries that they dig on the seabed and come out at night to get food. In Italy they are caught in the Middle Adriatic and the Tyrrhenian Sea, ...

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Red lobster

Red lobster

Scientific description: Homarus Americanus Almost all red lobsters commonly marketed, are fished in their natural habitat through special shellfish pots. The baits are made with squid or octopus ...

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Spiny crab

Spiny crab

The Italian name for spiny crab, "granseola" derives from the Venetian "granso" (crab) and "seola" (onion). It's a shellfish, the biggest kind of crab in size, as well as one of the most ...

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Squilla mantis

Squilla mantis

Scientific name: Squilla Mantis. It's a crustacean that can grow up to a maximum length of 20cm. There are widely found in the Mediterranean Sea, but mainly in the Adriatic Sea. The Squilla ...

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