In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(freshwater)ástaco masculinecangrejo de río masculine
- As we clambered through the breakdown above the stream we saw several crayfish, which had apparently been washed in by the storm earlier in the week.
- It escaped, of course, like all imports do, and is now wiping out the much smaller native crayfish in the rushing streams of the Yorkshire Dales.
- Looking that way, he saw a pair of raccoons dunking their paws in the river, obviously after crayfish.
- Wiltshire Wildlife Trust is looking into moving white-claw crayfish to safe rivers.
- Land crabs, river crayfish, opossum, agouti, and fish are caught where available.
2(marine)(pequeña) langosta femininecigala feminine
- The Palinuridae family includes the commercially exploited crustaceans of Australia that are known as rock lobsters, spiny crayfish and marine crayfish.
- The spiny, or rock, lobsters, found in warm seas of both hemispheres, are actually marine crayfish (genus Panulirus); they lack claws but have sharp spines on the carapace.
- He pointed to recent archaeological investigations which indicated that Maori had overexploited resources such as seals, marine crayfish and birds of several varieties.
- However, aquaculture also includes the farming of other aquatic animals such as: molluscs (including oysters, abalone, mussels and scallops); crustaceans (such as shrimps, prawns, freshwater and marine crayfish); and aquatic plants (seaweeds).
- Lobsters, crabs, prawns, bay bugs, freshwater and marine crayfish all belong to the phylum Arthropoda, the group which also contains insects.
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