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|Title: ||Irish Investigation on the Lobster (Homarus vulgaris Edw.)|
|Authors: ||Gibson, F A|
Homarus vulgaris Edw.
|Issue Date: ||1967|
|Publisher: ||Department of Agriculture and Fisheries (Fisheries Division)|
|Citation: ||Gibson, F. A., "Irish Investigation on the Lobster (Homarus vulgaris Edw.)", Irish Fisheries Investigations Series B, Department of Agriculture and Fisheries (Fisheries Division) 1967|
|Series/Report no.: ||Irish Fisheries Investigations Series B;1(b)|
|Abstract: ||Commercially the lobster (Homarua vulgaris Edw.) is the most important shellfish in Ireland. The Irish coast is deeply indented, except on the east, and is well suited for the exploitation of lobsters. Even on the east coast amidst a predominantly sandy shoreline, a number of discreet areas are fished actively.|
|Appears in Collections:||Irish Fisheries Investigations Series B - Marine|
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