IS the lobster of fresh water, and is reckoned a very strengthening food. They are caught in shallow brooks, hid under large stones, out of which they crawl backwards, to seek for their prey, which consists of small insects; they are easily baited with liver or flesh, to which they nibble most greedily.
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