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What is the scientific name for a fish egg?
Fish eggs are called roe (the word is both singular and plural). As a food, the roe of certain fish (most famously, the sturgeon) is also called caviar. Wiki User 鈭?2009-09-14 15:24:34
What is the name of the fish that lays eggs?
A blob fish guarding its eggs is commonly referred to as a brooding fish. Unlike most fish, the blob fish, or blob sculpin, will lay its eggs close to another blob fish. What are the eggs of a fish called?
Where do fish eggs come from?
This species of eggs primitively is from The Great Lakes. The native of the inland lakes in France, this type of fish eggs is of the freshwater trouts. These are beautiful pink in color with dots in orange. They have yummy robust flavor and a strong, rigid texture to them. This rare fish egg variety is the harvested roe of the Sea Urchins.
What is the difference between raw fish eggs and Roe?
Raw fish eggs are also called roe. When they are salted and processed, they are generally called caviar. However, in the United States, only processed roe from sturgeon and paddlefish can be labeled as caviar.