Tag Archive: Chinese mysterysnail

Jul 27

Out to Eat! July 27, 2013

Good things come to those who wait: an overdue helping of eating invasive species news and notes from around the internet! The Raleigh Telegram provides a tasty recipe for lionfish with fresh herbs They’re also eating lionfish in Florida; and check out cool video here! The Baltimore Sun asks whether snakehead are menace or meal …

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Jun 07

Recipe: Mysterysnail Ceviche

Invasivore_Mysterysnal_Ceviche

This tasty ceviche will make a great appetizer and invasive species conversation starter! Ingredients 4 oz imitation crab meat, flaked 25 Chinese mysterysnails, fully cooked* 1 tomato, chopped 1/4 red onion, chopped 1/2 bunch cilantro, chopped 2 serrano peppers, chopped 1 lime 1 tablespoon olive oil 1 tablespoon red wine vinegar salt and pepper *See …

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May 17

Potato Creek Collection Extravaganza!

Eat these invasive species

Invasivores Andy and Matt take a perfect spring afternoon to collect burdock, Chinese mystery Snails, and garlic mustard from Potato Creek Park.

Feb 02

Recipe: Mysterysnail Fettuccine

In this photo of an adult Chinese mysterysnail, the three rows of tiny hairs (indicated by arrows) are visible on the front of the shell, but have worn away around the top of the shell.  Photo courtesy of commons.wikimedia.org.

We’re finally coming out of our shell here at invasivore.org with our first recipe, Mysterysnail Fettuccine. Read on for all the info you need to collect and cook these tasty aquatic pests!

Jan 31

Species Profile: Chinese Mysterysnail

Chinese Mysterysnail Distribution in the US

Our goal here at invasivore.org is to provide one stop where you can satisfy your craving for stimulating ecological knowledge and delectable recipes.  In this spirit, occasionally we will celebrate “species weeks” where we will feature a different invasive species, providing updates over the course of the week about the history of that species’ invasion, …

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