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2006, Rapport canadien a l'industrie sur les sciences halieutiques et aquatiques, Volume 276., vi, 36
The green crab (Carcinus maenas) was identified in the Magdalen Islands for the first time in 2004. Seven crabs were observed by an eel fisherman near the... 
introduced organisms | Canada | marine water | Carcinus maenas | Quebec | ANW | Magdalen I | nonindigenous pests | introduced species
Book
Zoologiska Studier, Festskrift Wilhelm Lilljeborg, 1896, p. 301
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2007, Rapport manuscrit canadien des sciences halieutiques et aquatiques, Volume 2818F., vii, 82
A native of Europe and Northern Africa, the green crab has invaded the Atlantic and Pacific coasts of North America, South Africa, Australia, South America,... 
man-induced effects | life cycle | marine water | Carcinus maenas | colonization | predation | synopsis | invasive species | introduced species | geographical distribution
Book
2007, Canadian manuscript report of fisheries and aquatic sciences, Volume 2818., vii, 75
A native of Europe and North Africa, the green crab has invaded the Atlantic and Pacific coasts of North America, South Africa, Australia, South America, and... 
man-induced effects | life cycle | marine water | Carcinus maenas | colonization | predation | synopsis | invasive species | introduced species | geographical distribution
Book
2011, Canadian technical report of fisheries and aquatic sciences, Volume 2965., vi, 42
The European green crab, Carcinus maenas, is a notorious and successful invader worldwide and an ecologically and economically damaging predator of near shore... 
Cape Breton I | Canada | crab fisheries | identification | Carcinus maenas | brackish water | Nova Scotia | Bras d'Or L | environmental impact | data collections | introduced species
Book
1973, 2674., Volume 2674., 3
This research note reports on a study of puberty in Mediterranean and English Channel populations of female Carcinus maenas to establish for each of them a... 
marine water | sexual maturity | moulting | Carcinus maenas | females | ANE | English Channel | MED
Book
2016, Canadian technical report of fisheries and aquatic sciences, ISBN 0660037823, Volume 3147., 1 online resource (v, 56 pages)
The European green crab, Carcinus maenus, one of the ten most unwanted aquatic invasive species worldwide, is now present throughout Atlantic Canadian waters.... 
environmental monitoring | marine water | Carcinus maenas | Organismes aquatiques introduits | population number | trap nets | identification | biological surveys | brackish water | trap fishing | introduced species | catch/effort | Introduced aquatic organisms
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1973, 2794., Volume 2794., 3
Injection of eyestalk extracts lowers the oxygen requirement in Carcinus maenas. On the other hand, the amount of oxygen consumed is higher after the eyestalk... 
Carcinus maenas | oxygen consumption | eyestalk extirpation
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Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, ISSN 0147-6513, 2009, Volume 72, Issue 5, pp. 1471 - 1480
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1977, Translation series (Canada. Fisheries and Marine Service), Volume 4038., 23
The shore crab was reared in the laboratory from egg deposition to sexual maturity. Special enclosures were developed for cultivation of the larvae. Food and... 
crab culture | aquaculture techniques | feeding experiments | Carcinus maenas | environmental factors | temperature effects | translations | crab verte
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