|伊勢海老 Ise ebi|
|Bottom of the Ocean||3,000 Bells|
|13.20 inches||Large, erratic|
|Time of year||Time of day|
|September to December||9pm - 4am|
|Scientific name||Panulirus argus|
|Regional names|| Aragosta mediterranea |
- "I got a spiny lobster! Who would give lobsters SPINES?" —New Leaf
The spiny lobster is a large benthic animal found at the bottom of the sea. It is indicated by a circular shadow. Diving is the only way of capturing it.
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In New Leaf
"The representative species for all large Lobsters, they've become a lasting symbol of longevity. They live between rocks in shallow waters with octopuses as their natural enemies. Only Octopuses are capable of reaching in between the rocks with their long arms to catch them."
- Main article: Spiny lobster on Wikipedia
Spiny lobsters, also known as langouste or rock lobsters, are a family (Palinuridae) of about 60 species of achelate crustaceans, in the Decapoda Reptantia. Although they superficially resemble true lobsters in terms of overall shape and having a hard carapace and exoskeleton, the two groups are not closely related.