And although we generally refer to the car prawns as prawns, if we want to subdivide them further, the real prawns are the light gray body of Chinese prawns. Chinese prawns, also known as Chinese prawns, belong to the genus Penaeus genus of the family Penaeididae (and the monodon shrimp is the genus Penaeus genus of the family Penaeidaceae). It is an annual warm water large migratory shrimp. The male shrimp is commonly known as "yellow shrimp". It is 15 cm long and weighs 30-40 grams; the female shrimp is commonly known as "green shrimp", with a body length of about 19 cm and a weight of 75-85 grams.
The larger remove background from image ones are also called prawns. Usually crawling on the seabed, sometimes swimming in the water. The prawns in the Bohai Bay will start to swim back and forth in the late autumn and early winter every year. They swim to the deep sea area in the southeastern part of the Yellow Sea in China to overwinter, and then go north again in the spring of the following year to migrate for spawning. They are all produced in the coastal areas of northern China, but not in the coastal areas of Taiwan. distributed. Chinese prawns are called タイショウエビ in Japan. The Chinese characters are Taisho shrimp and Taisho Hailao.
The name comes from the "Taisho group", the largest shrimp merchant in Osaka in the Taisho era of Japan, Lin Jiandian and the Japanese fresh joint venture of the joint fishery (now Japan Fishery). In addition, the name of Taisho shrimp also has the meaning that it has been acquired since the Taisho period. The English names are Chinese white shrimp, oriental shrimp and fleshy prawn. The prawns produced in the Shandong sea area account for 2/3 of the total output of China. One of the classic dishes of Shandong cuisine, "braised prawns in oil", is 15 to 20 cm in length. , Bohai Bay prawns with heads full of shrimp brains. The book "Remember Hai Cuo" written by the Shandong scholar Hao Yixing in the Qing Dynasty described the Bohai Sea as follows: