Fishing from the bad weather had no luck. After sitting for nearly an hour (for me it is a record) in contemplation float motionless, I went to walk along the shore. Away fifty meters when he saw between the rocks at the water's edge pile of wet perlovitsy.Most likely, the shellfish were thrown wave on the shore. I opened the knife one sink — insides looked quite fresh, even as it has «breathing». «That, too, catch». — I thought, remembering the lessons of survival during their river journeys, and picked up a dozen shells. In the country quickly Read more [...]
Similar theme blog not found (maybe bad looking), so I decided to share a personal experience power these clams fishing for lack of fish.
And after that all fishing we had the idea that going to fish, for example, do not take a lot of food - so will have an incentive to catch really, well, plus a small trenirovochka providing themselves with food.
It was so. We went on rybalnuyu exploration on one of the lakes in the Bryansk forest. Fish caught but not even signs of its presence was not, although local said that usual big perch. But admired the place, very picturesque.But on the second day supply Read more [...]
French gourmets deeply shocked by the news from oyster farmsDue to an unknown virus has killed more than half of the harvest of shellfish, which are an integral part of the national cuisine. Disease on marine plantations raging is not the first month.
The French wanted to cover the lack of oysters due to the Japanese manufacturers, but after the well-known tragic events about this not being told. The tsunami washed away all crops intended for export. Prices for shellfish in stores and restaurants already crept up. Last year the French ate more than 100 thousand tons of oysters.
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"Red tides" called the rapid proliferation of dinoflagellates, coloring the water in rusty-red, sometimes observed in the vast waters. Red "bloom" of water is known from ancient times. This phenomenon Homer and Tacitus wrote, Cook and Darwin. A systematic study of the "red tide" began more than 100 years ago, and yet there is still no consensus on the reasons causing the mass reproduction of dinoflagellates. Difficulties in studying the "red tide" from acts of their occurrence, and the difficulty of predicting a relatively short period of existence. Read more [...]
Under normal conditions, almost all shellfish that inhabit the seas and oceans, are edible, but in some cases, some of them are dangerous to humans. This strange transformation - the result of a bacterial infection or shellfish due to the fact that, pi-hiding toxic dinoflagellates, they become toxic properties.
These mollusks are cockles (Cardium edule), donaks (Donax serra), spizula (Spisula solidissima), blue shell (Schizothaerus nuttalli), Mia (Mya arenaria), the California mussel (Mytilus californianus), edible mussels (Mytilys edulis), volsella (Volsella modiolus), etc.Shellfish poisoning Read more [...]
Under normal conditions, almost all shellfish that inhabit the seas and oceans, are edible. However, in some cases, some of them are dangerous to humans. This strange transformation - the result of a bacterial infection or shellfish due to the fact that eating toxic dinoflagellates, they become toxic properties.
These mollusks are cockles (Cardium edule), donaks (Donax ser-ra), spizula (Spisula solidissima), blue shell (Schizothaerus nuttalli), Mia (Mya arenaria), the California mussel (Myti-lus californianus), the edible mussel (Mu -tilus edulis), volsella (Volsella modiolus) and dr.Otravlenie Read more [...]