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Lobster, squat

Galathea strigosa

The family Galatheidae or squat lobsters resemble lobsters but the abdomen is firmly tucked under the thorax and are more closely related to hermit and true crabs. In European waters there are 12 spec... read more

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Lobster, American

Homarus americanus

The very large claws of unequal size, along with the abdomen, are full of tasty white meat. Can be bought fresh or frozen. There are many popular lobster recipes including Thermidor and Bisque or of c... read more

Depending on how and where it's caught this species ranges from sustainable to unsustainable. Check individual options to make the best choice.

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Lobster, European

Homarus gammarus

The very large claws of unequal size, along with the abdomen, are full of tasty white meat. Can be bought fresh or frozen. There are many popular lobster recipes including Thermidor and Bisque or of c... read more

Depending on how and where it's caught this species ranges from sustainable to unsustainable. Check individual options to make the best choice.

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Lobster, Norway, Langoustine, Dublin Bay prawn or scampi

Nephrops norvegicus

A slim, orangey lobster hugely popular in Spain and widely used in classic French cuisine. Scampi is the name for deep fried langoustine tails - deep fried in batter and breadcrumbs, served with chips... read more

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Lobster, Western Australian Rock

Panulirus cygnus

Rock lobster is rich in flavour and delicate in taste. Also called "crayfish" or "spiny lobster". They are exported manly to SE Asia, USA and Europe, commanding high prices. A symbol of good fortune a... read more

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