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Number: 119/209
Name: Animal husbandry > Aquatic animal culturing > Crustacean culturing > Habitat > Individual habitat
Description: Subject matter wherein there are provided separate compartments each sized to house a single crustacean.










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Class Number Class Name Patents
119/210 With feeding 19


Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8291863 Transportable device for colonizing and harvesting invertebrates, and use of said device Oct. 23, 2012
7870836 Device for raising, transportation and releasing crustacea juveniles and use of the device Jan. 18, 2011
7789043 Renewably buoyant, self-protective floating habitat Sep. 7, 2010
7644683 Method and apparatus for culturing marine larvae Jan. 12, 2010
4736708 Portable habitat and havesting apparatus for stone crabs, lobster and crayfish Apr. 12, 1988
4559902 Apparatus and method for holding and cultivating aquatic crustaceans Dec. 24, 1985
4489673 Equipment for the raising of eels, crayfish and other bottom-living marine organisms Dec. 25, 1984











 
 
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