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Statistics of barcoding coverage: Haliotis australis

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Specimens with Barcodes: 2
Species With Barcodes: 1
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Genomic DNA is available from 1 specimen with morphological vouchers housed at Sea Education Association (SEA) / Ocean Genome Legacy
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Haliotis australis

Haliotis australis, common name the "queen paua", is a species of edible sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Haliotidae, the abalones. [1] It is endemic to New Zealand.[2]

Human use

Haliotis australis (also known as 'Queenies') and other two Haliotis species are known as "paua" in New Zealand and are used as a food source.

Freshly caught Queen Paua (Abalone) from New Zealand's South Island
The interior surface of Queen Paua (Abalone) from New Zealand's South Island, immediately after being de-fleshed and having the offal boiled from them

References

  1. ^ a b WoRMS : Haliotis australis; accessed : 5 October 2010
  2. ^ Oliver, A.P.H. (2004). Guide to Seashells of the World. Buffalo: Firefly Books. 22.
  • Geiger D.L. & Poppe G.T. (2000). A Conchological Iconography: The family Haliotidae. Conchbooks, Hackenheim Germany. 135pp 83pls.
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