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Edible Molluscs
Man and Mollusc's Edible Molluscs Data Base "From the beginning of time, man's attitude towards molluscs has been "if it is big enough and readily available, the animal may be eaten! Even smaller species were used if it did not take too much effort to get a sufficient amount of meat to be worthwhile"...."
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Faqs On Red Tides
Frequently Asked Questions about Red Tide. The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department and the Texas Department of State Health Services investigate reports of possible red tide along the coast and in the bays.
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Oyster Links
Aquaculture - Oyster - Links Page bysea-ex.com..............
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Pacific Region
Shellfish and Invertebrates - Pacific Region - The shellfish management team is responsible for managing 25 different invertebrate species on the Pacific coast. Shellfish fisheries include clams, shrimp, prawns, geoducks, sea cucumbers, crabs, krill, octopus, scallops, squid and sea urchins.
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Scallops
Seafood Watch by the Monteray Bay Aquariun Scallops
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FDA - Shellfishtoxins
National Shellfish Sanitation ProgramGuide for the Control of Molluscan Shellfish
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CDC & Red Tide
Center for Disease Control (CDC)Algae are vitally important to marine ecosystems, and most species of algae are not harmful. However, under certain environmental conditions, microscopic marine algae called Karenia brevis (K. brevis) grow quickly, creating blooms that can make the ocean appear red or brown. People often call these blooms red tide.
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Risk Of Eating Raw Oysters
By Judith Wakefield ... "Every year millions of Americans eat raw molluscan shellfish - especially oysters and clams. However, for some people, eating raw or undercooked oysters or clams can cause serious illness or even death from Vibrio vulnificus. Between 1989 and 1996, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC ) reported 149 serious illnesses resulting in 75 deaths from Vibrio vulnificus infection. ..."
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