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Loligo is a genus of squid and one of the most representative and widely distributed groups of myopsid squid.
The genus was first described by Jean Baptiste Lamarck in 1798. However, the name had been used earlier than Lamarck (Schneider, 1784; Linnaeus, 1758) and might even have been used by Pliny. In the early 19th century, this generic name was often used as a grouping for all true squid.
All three species of Loligo are extensively exploited by commercial fisheries. Loligo vulgaris and others are noted for being attracted to night light; they are therefore fished using different light-attraction methods.
PRODUCT NAME: Frozen Loligo Chinensis Tentacle
LATIN NAME: Loligo Chinensis Squid
Processing: 1).10%glazing,90% net weight
2).20%glazing,80% net weight
3).30%glazing,70% net weight(depending on customers'needs)
Loading Port: Ningbo
Quantity: 5*40FT each month
Delivery: 3 weeks after order confirmed
Mating in this genus is aseasonal. Such breeding is referred to as continuous breeding. Loligo squid gather near the surface of the water and males frenzy for females. Insertion of a sperm sac into the female is done with the tentacles of a male. The female then lays the fertilized eggs in roughly twenty jelly-filled sacs, each containing 200-300 eggs. Hatching occurs after three to four weeks, and complete sexual maturation takes roughly three years.
Squid of genus Loligo are widely consumed by humans. The squid are attracted to the water surface with lights and captured in nets by the hundreds of thousands of tons each year. This does not threaten the genus towards extinction because of its members’ prolific breeding habits. Loligo squid are available for fishing all year round and this greatly increases their desirability for industrial fisheries. This squid, when cooked, is what is commonly called calamari.
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