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Crawfish (palinurus elephas)

Rock lobsters, known in France as langouste. They are large clawless crustaceans, reaching a length of up to 50cm), found from the Mediterranean up to the shores of South West Britain. Also known as Spiny lobster and Crayfish. In cooking terms treat as lobster. See 'Spiny Lobster'

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