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What is a lobster?
The Basics The lobster is a large, bottom-dwelling marine crustacean that belongs to the phylum Arthropoda. While many marine arthropods are referred to as lobsters by their common name, true lobsters belong to the family Neohropsidae, which is sometimes called Homaridae.
Are lobsters crustaceans or arthropods?
While many marine arthropods are referred to as lobsters by their common name, true lobsters belong to the family Neohropsidae, which is sometimes called Homaridae. The lobsters in this family have large pincers that are not found on marine crustaceans belonging to other families.
Do you ever eat lobster?
Have you ever eaten lobster? It a delicious type of shellfish ?actually, lobster is not a fish at all, it a crustacean and more closely related to the woodlouse than it is to any fish. It similar to crab but more expensive and considered a delicacy and a rare treat.
Is lobster a sustainable species?
At the MSC, we believe that there is no such thing as a sustainable species, only sustainable stocks (榮tock?is another word for group or population of fish). There are multiple stocks of lobster, many of which are MSC certified and can be found in stores and restaurants with the blue fish label throughout America.