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NOAA's Historic Fisheries Collection
Catalog of Images

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Preparing to dump cod end of trawl net on deck of FWS research vessel
1955 circa
2101 thumbnail picture
Sorting trawl catch of blue crabs and small fish on deck of FWS research vessel
1955 circa
2102 thumbnail picture
Blue crab
1955 circa
2103 thumbnail picture
Blue crab
1955 circa
2104 thumbnail picture
Clam dredge being hauled aboard
1960 circa
2105 thumbnail picture
Fresh shrimp in wooden boxes before being cooked and canned
Alaska, Petersburg 1947 August
2106 thumbnail picture
Fresh boiled shrimp in trays prior to canning
Alaska, Petersburg 1947 August
2107 thumbnail picture
Indian boy picking shrimp in fish house
Alaska, Petersburg 1947 August
2108 thumbnail picture
Women on assembly line at shrimp processing facility
1955 circa
2109 thumbnail picture
Women on assembly line at shrimp processing plant
1955 circa
2110 thumbnail picture
Men and women on assembly line at shrimp processing plant
1955 circa
2111 thumbnail picture
Indian woman picking shrimp in fish house
Alaska, Petersburg 1947 August
2112 thumbnail picture
Edible or blue mussels (Mytilus edulis)
Alaska 1955 circa
2113 thumbnail picture
Close-up view showing mussels attached to crow-foot bar hooks
2114 thumbnail picture
Fresh-water mussels (Anodonta oregonensis)
Washington
2115 thumbnail picture
Fresh-water mussel (lampsilis luteola) on the half shell
Iowa, Fairport
2116 thumbnail picture
Structure of a fresh-water mussel drawn by George LeFevre and W. C. Curtis. This mussel is a white heel-spitter (Symphynota complanata).
1912
2117 thumbnail picture
Fresh-water mussels (lampsilis anodontoides). A series of shells showing relative ages.
Iowa, Fairport
2118 thumbnail picture
Edible or blue mussels (Mytilus edulis)
1943
2119 thumbnail picture
Windrows of mussels on the beach following a January northeaster storm.
Massachusetts, Woods Hole 1965 circa
2120 thumbnail picture
Various species of mussels and clams
2121 thumbnail picture
Shellfish research - cultureing algae as shellfish food
2122 thumbnail picture
Emptying trawl net on deck with catch of crabs and small fish
2123 thumbnail picture
Sorting trawl catch of blue crabs and small fish on deck of FWS research vessel
2124 thumbnail picture
Sorting trawl catch of blue crabs and small fish on deck of FWS research vessel
2125 thumbnail picture
Coonstripe shrimp
Alaska, Gulf Of Alaska 1967 July
2126 thumbnail picture
Pink shrimp
West coast, Pacific Ocean 1962 September
2127 thumbnail picture
Southern shrimp (Penaeus setiferus) from drawing by J. H. Emerton
Louisiana
2128 thumbnail picture
Royal red shrimp (Hymenopenaeus robustus)
Georgia, Brunswick 1957 circa
2129 thumbnail picture
White shrimp (Penaeus setiferus)
Georgia, Brunswick 1957 circa
2130 thumbnail picture
Adult pink shrimp (Penaeus duorarum)
Texas, Galveston 1945 circa
2131 thumbnail picture
Diagram of shrimp physiology
1950 circa
2132 thumbnail picture
Brown shrimp drawing (Penaeus azteca)
1958 circa
2133 thumbnail picture
Royal red shrimp drawing (Hymenopenaeus robustus). drawing by G. T. Sundstrom.
1958 circa
2134 thumbnail picture
White shrimp drawing (Penaeus setiferus)
1958 circa
2135 thumbnail picture
Pink shrimp drawing (Penaeus duorarum)
1958 circa
2136 thumbnail picture
Drawing of first nauplius of brown shrimp (Peneaeus aztecus), first stage after hatching. Circle represents the head of a pin.
Texas, Galveston 1958 circa
2137 thumbnail picture
Drawing of first postlarva of brown shrimp (Peneaeus aztecus), about twelve days after hatching. Circle represents the head of a pin.
2138 thumbnail picture
Growth of white shrimp (Penaeus setiferus) over a six-week period in an artificial environment. These shrimp were "farmed' in a fertilized brackish water pond at the BCF Laboratory in Galveston. BCF scientists were working toward developing an economical, prepared food that will sustain rapid growth of shrimp in ponds.
Texas, Galveston 1960 circa
2139 thumbnail picture
Length of fully grown brown shrimp (Penaeus aztecus)
1960 circa
2140 thumbnail picture
Brown shrimp (Penaeus aztecus) first mysis, 0.12 inch long about nine days after hatching.
Texas, Galveston 1960 circa
2141 thumbnail picture
Brown shrimp (Penaeus aztecus) fifth nauplius, 0.02 inch long, about two days after hatching.
Texas, Galveston 1960 circa
2142 thumbnail picture
Shrimp entangled by its numerous spines in extra mesh twines of Guthrie improved net.
North Carolina, Beaufort 1960 circa
2143 thumbnail picture
Shrimp product value lessened by injury during capture
1955 circa
2144 thumbnail picture
Shrimp caught in Gulf of Mexico
1955 circa
2145 thumbnail picture
Large brown-grooved shrimp from the Mississippi Delta fishing grounds trawled by the FWS fisheries ship OREGON
Louisiana 1953
2146 thumbnail picture
Shrimp catch
Alaska, Petersburg 1950 circa
2147 thumbnail picture
Brown shrimp
Gulf of Mexico
2148 thumbnail picture
Spanish mackerel (Scomberomorus maculatus)
2149 thumbnail picture
Sheepshead (Archosargus probatocephalus) from drawing by H. L. Todd

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