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List of types of seafood

Fresh seafood on sale in Kaohsiung, Taiwan

The following is a list of types of seafood. aquatic life may be broadly referred to as seafood.

Contents

  • Fish 1
  • Roe 2
  • Shellfish 3
    • Crustaceans 3.1
    • Molluscs 3.2
  • Echinoderms 4
  • Medusozoa 5
  • See also 6
  • Notes 7
  • External links 8

Fish

Monkfish in a market
Deep fried pomfret
Marinated swordfish
Tuna at a fish market
Salmon roe
In southern Italy and southwestern Spain the snakelocks anemone is regarded as a delicacy[1]

Some of the following are referred to as whitefish in the market, but are not whitefishes in a taxonomic sense.

Roe

Shellfish

Crustaceans

Molluscs

Echinoderms

These are not uncommon in some Asian cuisines

Medusozoa

Some species of jellyfish are edible and used as a source of food.[2]

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Calvin W. Schwabe, (1979), «Unmentionable cuisine»,University Press of Virginia, pp-362
  2. ^ Omori, Makoto; Nakano, Eiji (2001). Jellyfish Fisheries in Southeast Asia.  

External links

  • Different Classifications of Fresh Fish and Seafood
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