Crabs

Brachyura

RED KING CRAB

The red king crab, also called Kamchatka crab or Alaska king crab, is a large species of crab, which is a member of the Lithodidae family. King crabs have a red shell, can weigh up to 10 kg and reach a carapace width of up to 25 cm. However, a weight of up to 8 kg and carapace width of 23 cm is more common. They can have a leg span of up to 2 m.

Product categories

Fresh

Season

September – November

Seller

Jon Ingi Björnsson

jib@nergard.no

P: +47 77 66 75 00

M: +47 40 60 20 86

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RED KING CRAB

The red king crab, also called Kamchatka crab or Alaska king crab, is a large species of crab, which is a member of the Lithodidae family. King crabs have a red shell, can weigh up to 10 kg and reach a carapace width of up to 25 cm. However, a weight of up to 8 kg and carapace width of 23 cm is more common. They can have a leg span of up to 2 m.

Product categories

Fresh

Season

September – November

Seller

Jon Ingi Björnsson

jib@nergard.no

P: +47 77 66 75 00

M: +47 40 60 20 86

Snow crab

The snow crab is a long-legged crab species, which are native in the Pacific Ocean from Japan to the Bering Strait and in the Atlantic Ocean from Cape Cod to Western Greenland. The species was observed for the first time in the Barents Sea in 1996.

Product categories

Frozen

Season

January – June, September – October

Seller

Truls Fredriksen

trf@globalfish.no

M: +47 90 09 85 54

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Snow crab

The snow crab is a long-legged crab species, which are native in the Pacific Ocean from Japan to the Bering Strait and in the Atlantic Ocean from Cape Cod to Western Greenland. The species was observed for the first time in the Barents Sea in 1996.

Product categories

Frozen

Season

January – June, September – October

Seller

Truls Fredriksen

trf@globalfish.no

M: +47 90 09 85 54

Contact details

Visiting address:
Strandtorget 3, 9008 Tromsø

Postal address:
PO Box 613, 9256 Tromsø, Norway

Phone:
+47 77 66 75 30/
+47 77 66 75 00

Coordinates:
69° 38' 50.5248" N,
18° 57' 21.7368" E
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