slipper lobster -> κωλοχτύπα


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Και άλλο ένα είδος αστακού.

Και οι δύο συγγενεύουν για αυτό ψάχνω τα ονόματα τους.

Ένας από τους δύο δεν έχει δαγκάνες στα μπροστινά του πόδια.
« Last Edit: 29 Dec, 2020, 10:15:18 by spiros »
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Στο βρήκα τον εν λόγω αστακό ως "αστακός παντόφλα" ή "κωλοχτύπα".
Το όνομα κωλοχτύπα το έχω ακούσει και σε εστιατόρια και νομίζω πως είναι δόκιμο. Για καλό και για κακό, θα σε συμβούλευα να αφήσεις σε παρέθνεση την αγγλική ονομασία του αστακού.

Slipper lobsters are a family (Scyllaridae) of about 90 species of achelate crustaceans, in the Decapoda clade Reptantia, found in all warm oceans and seas. They are not true lobsters, but are more closely related to spiny lobsters and furry lobsters. Slipper lobsters are instantly recognisable by their enlarged antennae, which project forward from the head as wide plates. All the species of slipper lobsters are edible, and some, such as the Moreton Bay bug and the Balmain bug (Ibacus peronii) are of commercial importance.

A number of common names have been applied to the family Scyllaridae. The most common of these is "slipper lobster", followed by "shovel-nosed lobster" and "locust lobster". "Spanish lobster" is used for members of the genus Arctides, "mitten lobster" for Parribacus, and "fan lobster" for Evibacus and Ibacus. In Australia, a number of species are called "bugs" (for example, the Balmain bug and Moreton Bay bug), especially those in the genus Ibacus. Other names used in Australia include "bay lobster", "blind lobster", "flapjack", "flat lobster", "flying saucer", "gulf lobster", "mudbug", "sandbug", "shovel-nose bug", "shovelnose lobster", "crayfish", "slipper bug" and "squagga". Rarer terms include "flathead lobster" (for Thenus orientalis) and "bulldozer lobster". In Greece they may be known as Kolochtypes which roughly translates as 'bum hitter'. Twenty-two genera are recognised, the majority of which were erected in 2002 by Lipke Holthuis for species formerly classified under Scyllarus:

ar: كركنديات خفية; ca: escil·làrids; ceb: scyllaridae; de: Bärenkrebse; en: slipper lobster; es: scyllaridae; fa: شاه‌میگوی دمپایی; fr: scyllaridae; he: כפניים; ja: セミエビ科; ko: 매미새우과; nl: scyllaridae; no: scyllaridae; nv: táłtłʼááh chʼoshtsoh bideeteelí; pt: scyllaridae; ru: scyllaridae; sv: scyllaridae; vi: họ tôm mũ ni; war: scyllaridae; zh: 蟬蝦科
« Last Edit: 06 Oct, 2020, 22:21:40 by spiros »


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Ευχαριστώ πολύ και συγχαρητήρια για το κατόρθωμα σου. Μακάρι να μπορούσα να μειώσω τον καφέ!
« Last Edit: 06 Oct, 2020, 22:19:49 by spiros »
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Εκτός από επιστημονική ονομασία scyllarus arctus και την πιο ευρέα διαδεδομένη ως κωλοχτύπα είναι επίσης γνωστή και ως κουκουβάγια, καραβίδα, κούτσα, αστακοκακαραβίδα, λασποκαβούρι και αρκετές ακόμα ονομασίες που της προσδίδουν ανά την Ελλάδα.
Κωλοχτύπα: Με 200.000 χτυπήματα της ουράς της τον μήνα, πιο γευστική κι από αστακό

Scyllarus arctus is a species of slipper lobster which lives in the Mediterranean Sea and eastern Atlantic Ocean. It is uncommon in British and Irish waters, but a number of English-language vernacular names have been applied, including small European locust lobster, lesser slipper lobster and broad lobster.
Scyllarus arctus - Wikipedia

mud crab -> λασποκαβούρι, λασποκάβουρας
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