Caribbean spiny lobster
Caribbean spiny lobster can reach up to 60 cm in size. It lives on reefs and in mangrove swamps in the Western Atlantic from North Carolina to Brazil.
Spiny lobster have long, cylindrical bodies coved with spines. They are usually olive green or brown with some yellowish sponts on their carapace and abdomen. Their legs are striped with blue and yellow lines and terminate in a single spine-like point. The size, colour and flavour of spiny lobster vary depending on the season, local habitat, water temperature, nutrients, feed and other ecological factors. Just as terroir gives wine its particular character, the natural marine environment—or "meroir"—of a region imparts unique qualities to local lobster.
400/460, 460/520, 520/575, 575/630, 630/740, 740/860, 860/1100, 1100/1300, 1300/1500, 1500/2000, 2000/2500, 2500/3000
4/5, 5/6, 6/7, 7/8, 8/9, 9/10, 10/12, 12/14, 14/16, 16/20, 20/24
box 10 kg
Caribbean sea, Gulf of Mexico