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- n. Plural form of shellfish.
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All of it was synthetized by shellfishes and other tiny creatures.
Geographic and bathymetric distributions for many commercially important fishes and shellfishes off the west coast of North America based on research survey and commercial catch data, 1912 – 1984.
I think I could go a long time without boring myself, though I deeply regret the absence of fishes and shellfishes, beans, apples, mushrooms, olive oil, garlic, herbs, sugar, peppers and spices.
However, owing to the harmful effect of fipronil on shellfishes and bees, the Chinese government has restricted the use of fipronil in China since 1 October 2009.
As of May 2007, the partners involved agreed that UBC food service would avoid: shrimp products that were not from local trap fisheries, wild bivalve shellfishes and non-native farmed species, snapper or rockfish, tuna caught via long-line fishing, rainbow trout and steelhead reared in net pens or floating cages, swordfish, monkfish, and sevruga caviar.
The remain relic major in mountain shellfishes (Cyclophorus) and spring shellfishes (Melania), some fresh water mollusc and some subdimentary labour tools.