The drierl shrimps in this case are run into a rotary tumbler which breaks them up, and they are then fed through a blower of the same general ... as those used in the Chinese camps except that it is much larger and can therefore handle many more shrimps in a given time. ... Occasionally considerable numbers of Upogebia pugettensis, a burrowing ghost shrimp, are found. ... These eggs are in all stages, from newly laid ones, showing no internal structure, through several stages.
|Author||:||California. Dept. of Fish and Game|