Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In Australia, a crawfish, Astacopsis bicarinatus.
- n. An Australian crayfish, Cherax destructor.
- n. Australia Any freshwater crayfish.
- v. intransitive To search for yabbies.
- Wemba-Wemba yabij. (Wiktionary)
“Theres no more room in the yabby bike bag- what with tubes, co2,tire levers, money,bike tool and ancient fruit bar in a bag the size of my fist...”
“That same month, police on Kangaroo Island off the coast of South Australia traced a rash of break-ins back to people poaching marron, a crayfish that's even larger than the bass yabby.”
“Another illegal yabby operation was busted in June.”
“In Australia, a government crime commission said last year that organized crime rings are increasingly poaching freshwater species, including a giant crayfish about the size of a small lobster, known as the "bass yabby.”
“Ute: pickup truck windscreen: windshield yabby: freshwater crayfish”
“Chef Justin North's meticulous modernist cooking "forgotten" vegetables with smoked pork jowl and yabby--crawfish--tails served on a stone block with a curl of cedar smoldering on the corner is still anything but pedestrian.”
“We moved on and camped on a private Station, at a place called Moll Gorge, we have been trying to catch fish, Saxon's yabby net is a winner.”
“Even though the tank is kept clean, is it likely to cause a problem if there are fish in the tank with the yabby, contributing to the ammonia levels?”
“My brother is giving me a yabby from his dam on his farm.”
“I plan to put the yabby in with the guppies, being prepared to lose a few fish since there are so many of them.”
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