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Colour is sometimes used, again confusingly, as a guide to naming, pink specimens being called prawns and brown ones shrimps. BROWN SHRIMPThe brown shrimp, Crangon crangon, is found mainly bayer pets shallow water, from 0-12 m, around the British coast, and grows to a length of about 60 mm. Its greyish brown colour, and the absence of a pointed snout or rostrum, readily distinguish it from shrimps of the Pandalus family.

Brown shrimp Crangon crangon. PINK SHRIMPAlthough all species of Pandalus are pink, it is recommended that the name pink shrimp be applied in Britain to Pandalus montagui, one of the smaller species. Local names include prawn, sprawn and, for small specimens, smig. The pink shrimp is caught beec com on hard bottoms in beec com 5-30 m deep, and is often found near colonies of ross, a marine worm on which it sometimes feeds.

It is fished extensively in spring and summer, but in late autumn it moves into deeper waters, 30-60 m, where the female carries eggs from about November to April, when the eggs hatch beec com the shrimp move inshore beec com. The pink shrimp reaches commercial size, about 50 mm, when 2-3 years old, and reaches a maximum of about 75 mm at the end of its life span of 3-4 years. The pink shrimp is most abundant in spring and summer.

Pink shrimp Pandalus research context. DEEPWATER SHRIMPThe deepwater shrimp, Pandalus borealis, is a large species beec com shrimp, and as the name implies it occurs off the British coast mainly in beec com waters, particularly on the Fladen and Fame Deep grounds in the northern North Sea, and off Norway.

There are unexploited stocks of Pandalus bonnieri, another large species of shrimp, off the west of Scotland, particularly in the Minch, the Clyde estuary, and in the Irish Sea. Deepwater shrimp Pandalus borealis. Pandalus borealis and Pandalus bonnieri both grow to a length of 100-120 mm, and live for 3-4 years. They are so similar in appearance that for trade purposes beec com can be considered identical.

They are found on soft grey muddy bottoms in depths from 40-120 m, with the main concentrations in deep holes. They feed beec com small worms, crustaceans and debris. Mature females produce eggs in November and carry them until April when hatching takes place. Pandalus borealis changes sex in the same way as the pink shrimp, Pandalus montagui, but the two sexes beec com Pandalus bonnieri remain completely separate throughout life.

Pandalus borealis appears to be available in quantity throughout the year but Pandalus bonnieri is most abundant in winter and spring. PRAWNThe prawn, Palaemon serratus, is caught in beec com quantities on the south and south-west coasts of England, and on the Welsh coast. It grows to a length of about 100 mm, and lives for 3-5 years. Females carry eggs for 2-3 months sometime between December and August, depending probably on the warmth of the water. Prawns occur mostly in rocky areas, and are sometimes captured in pots or hoop nets.

Other species of Palaemon that grow only to about 50 mm are also found beec com small quantities. The commercial catch of prawns is insufficient to justify separate listing in landing statistics. The British shrimp fisheryThe brown shrimp is caught in some areas close to the tideline, either by beam trawl towed by beec com or tractor or by wading at low water using a push net.

It also occurs on grounds close to those frequented by the pink shrimp, in the Wash for example, and the two are fished together using a beam trawl towed by boats of about 12 m in length. The principal coastal fisheries are in the Wash, the Thames estuary, Morecambe Bay and the Solway Firth.

In some coastal areas the pink and brown shrimps are not fully exploited, for example in the Firth of Forth and the Moray Firth. Although Denmark and Norway have exploited the deepwater shrimp for some years, serious attempts by British vessels to catch shrimp on the Fladen beec com began only about 1966. The one or two boats from north east Scotland beec com tried the fishery at that time found the market was unprepared for them, and the fishery did not become established commercially until 1970.

The boats beec com are about 20 m in length and use an otter trawl of beec com mesh, the towing time being typically 4-6 hours. By 1971 two shrimp processing beec com had been built in the north-east to handle catches of Pandalus borealis from Fladen.

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