Type
Word Search
Description

Anadromous
Aquafarming
Bivalves
Butterflied
Center-cut
Cephalopods
Chilled
Crustaceans
Cuisson
Drawn
Dressed
En papillote
Fancy
Fillet
Fish
Flash-frozen
Flatfish
Fresh
Fresh-frozen
Frozen
Glazed
Mollusks
Pan-dressed
Round
Round fish
Shallow poaching
Steak
Univalves
Wheel
Whole

Fabricating Fin Fish & Shellfish Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Lobster
Calms
Mollusks
Fabracation
Skeletal system
Round fish
Flatfish
Deveining
Blanching
Shucking
Steak cut fish
Butterfly fillet
Fish fillet
Dressed fish
Drawn fish
Whole fish
Filleting
Gutting
Trimming
Canape
Filling
Mousseline
Paupiettes
Goujonettes

Fishy Seafood Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Lobsters and crabs are these? crustaceans
A Yellow or Blue Fin _______________. Tuna
Another name for prawns? shrimp
Fish usually pickled in wine or cream sauce? herring
Small fish sometimes used as pizza topping? anchovies
What calamari is? squid
Type of fish named rainbow, brook or lake? Trout
Fish that has red flesh and has high fat content? salmon
Small fish that is deep fried and eaten with the bones in? smelt
A way to cook lobster? boil
what scallops really are? clams
The business of seafood farming? aquaculture
A ______________ fish has its entrails removed. drawn
A ___________ fish has backbone and fins? fin
A _________ fish has its entrails, head, fins and scales removed? dressed
A kind of shellfish that has soft bodies, and hard shell? mollusks
What cooking method should be used to cook lean fish? moist
which kind of fin fish has pink, yellow or gray flesh? fat
Cut of fin fish that are cross sectional slices taken from a dressed fish? steak
Cut of fin fish where the sides of the fish cut lengthwise away from the backbone? fillet

Poultry and Fish Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

turkey
swaordfish
storage
steramed
shrimp
shellfish
scallops
scales
sauteed
sardines
roasting
quality
protein
poultry
poached
perishable
oysters
mollusk
leanfish
handling
haddock
grilling
giblets
fry
frozen
freshness
fishsteak
fishfillet
finfish
fatfish
entrails
edible
doneness
crustacean
crab
cookingbag
consumer
chicken
canned

Gone Fishing Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Cold Water Fish Cod
Warm Water Fish Tuna
Flat Fish Dover Sole
Salmon Oily Fish
Prawns Crustaceans
Shellfish Clams
Scallops Mollusks
Fresh Water Fish Carb
Artic Char Trout
Cold Water John Dory

Mollusks and Annelids Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Animals such as worms ANNELID
Five pairs of muscular tubes that link dorsal and ventral blood vescles AORTICARCHES
Members of the bivalvia class BIVALVES
Members of the cephalopada class CEPHALOPODS
Thickest section of the earthworm CLITELLUM
Paired clusters of nerve cells GANGILA
Members of the gastropoda, the largest and most diverse class of mollusk GASTROPODS
Thick muscular part of the gut GIZZARD
Blood cavity in mollusks HEMOCOEL
Circulatory fluid in mollusks HEMOLYMPH
Smallest class of annelids and is only leaches HIRUDINEA
Covers visceral mass MANTLE
Gills of a mollusk are here MANTLECAVITY
Animals such as snails, clams, and cephalopods MULLUSC
Excretory tubes for eliminating wastes NEPHRIDIA
Class earthworms belong to OLIGOCHAETA
Fleshy protrusions on annelids PARAPODIA
Means many bristles and is two thirds of the annelids POLYCHAETA
Main feeding adaptation of many mollusk RADULA
External bristles on annelids SETAE
Heart, organs of digestion, excretion, and reproductive organs above the head-foot VISCERALMASS

Mollusks Word Puzzle Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Bilaterally Symmetrical
Bivalves
Carnivores
Cephalopods
Chromatophores
Clams
Coastal Areas
Gastropods
Herbivores
Mantle
Mollusks
Nervous System
Octopus
Omnivores
Phylum
Radula
Scallops
Slugs
Snails
Soft Bodied Animals
Squid

Invertebrates Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

head foot cephalopods
stomach foot gastropods
shell made of two parts bivalves
insects, crustaceans, and arachnids arthropds
several segments with a greater range of motion jointedlegs
protects organs exoskeleton
change in form as larva develops into adult metamorphosis
openings on abdomen and aid in gas exchange spiracles
invertebrates bodies divided into sections segments
tube directly behind the mouth pharynx
male and female hermaphrodites
parts branch out in all directions symmetrically radial
two equal halves bilateral
brain activity cephalization
mouth part for invertebrate mandible
protects thorax carapace
internal support endoskeleton
segment behind the head thorax
fusion of head and thorax cephalothorax
posterior part of invertebrate abdomen
parasites with long ribbon like bodies tapeworms
slender bodieed parasites roundworms
known as wheel animals rotifier
fertilize dirt earthworms
parasites that live on the blood of prey leeches
make pearls clams
move by sliding along a layer of mucus snails
gastropods without shells slugs
tentacles that surround a more developed nervous system octopus
terrestrial isopod pillbug
crustacean with broad carapace, stalked eyes, and five pairs of walking legs crabs
large marine crustacean with a cylindrical body lobster
eats wood termites
eats clothes moth
large green insect that feed on other insects w/ raised front legs mantis
plant eating insect with long hind legs grasshopper

Invertebrates Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Small, wingless insect in the order Thysanura. Silvery light grey and blue color. Silver fish
Larval form of the mealworm beetle, Tenebrio molitor Mealworm
The larva Or caterpillar of the domesticated silk moth. Primary producer of silk Silkworm
A fly of the suborder Cyclorrhapha. Most common fly. Housefly
A scale insect in the suborder Sternorrhyncha, from which the natural dye carmine is derived. Cochineal
Named for its potent sting. Seen in Nicarauga and the extreme east of Honduras Bullet ant
Crustacean native to shelf depths in the northwest Atlantic Ocean and North Pacific Ocean. Snow crab
A nocturnal insect related to the butterfly. Moth
Small wingless jumping insect that feeds on the blood of mammals and birds. Flea
Marine echinoderm with five or more radiating arms. Starfish
Group of small to very large sea snails Abalone
Not a true jelly but rather a hydromedusa. Smaller than true jellies. Bell jelly
Coral in the family Mussidae. Generally spheroid shaped and grooved surface that looks like a brain. Brain coral
Small crustaceans found in all the words oceans. Krill
Cephalopod mollusk. Has two eyes and four pairs of arms. Octopus
A marine bivalve mollusk with shells of equal size Clam
Insect with two pairs of large wings that are covered with tiny scales, usually brightly colored. Butterfly
Insect having fore wings typically modified into hard wing cases that cover and protect the hind wings and abdomen Beetle
Feed on organic detritus, such as flakes of shed human skin. Dust mite
Predatory arachnids that have eight legs and can sting you Scorpion
Social winged insect that has a narrow waist and a stinger Wasp
Bivalve mollusks with rough irregular shells. Have pearls Oyster
Known as pests. Cockroach
Class of parasitic flatworms Tapeworm
Small, free swimming crustacean. Frequently used for food Shrimp
Slender long legged fly with aquatic larvae. Can transmit diseases Mosquito
Large marine crustacean with stalked eyes and pinchers Lobster
Insect with large multifaceted eyes, two transparent wings and sometimes colored patches on the body Dragonfly
Another name for a saltwater clam Scallop
An aquatic or terrestrial annelid worm with suckers at both ends Leech
Eight legged predatory arachnid. Poison their prey with their fangs Spider
A large stinging wasp that typically nests in hollow trees Hornet
A crab with soft asymmetrical abdomen that lives in a castoff mollusk shell for protection Hermit crab
Small, pale soft bodied insect that eats wood Termite
Insect of a large group to which the honeybee belongs Bee
Commonly known as a cellar spider Daddy long legs
Eat other insects by catching them with its forelegs Praying mantis
A freshwater crayfish Crawfish
Feed on the blood of mammals, birds, and sometimes reptiles Tick
Worms with a long round body Roundworm

Sea Animals Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

a large edible sea snail of coastal waters Abalone
a bright-colored fish of coral reefs Angelfish
the world’s largest marine animal Blue Whale
an aggressive shark that can thrive in both saltwater and fresh water Bull Shark
an intelligent, vocal, social sea mammal Dolphin
a flatfish, camouflaged to match the ocean bottom, with both its eyes located on one side Flounder
one of the largest living animals, up to 43 feet long, found in the world’s deep oceans Giant Squid
a large, aggressive shark with a white belly and gray back Great White Shark
a majestic-looking black-and-white whale with long, wide pectoral fins Humpback Whale
tiny shrimp-like crustaceans, very numerous in all oceans, important food for other creatures Krill
a jawless fish with an eel-like body,many are bloodsuckers Lamprey
a fish with seaweed-like appendages for camouflage Leafy Sea Dragon
a venomous fish with red and white stripes and spiny dorsal fins Lionfish
a large crustacean with a muscular tail and two large claws Lobster
an extinct giant shark, one of the largest predators ever, up to 65 feet long Megalodon
a two-shelled mollusk; most attach themselves to shoreline rocks with tough threads Mussel
an Arctic whale whose males have a long tusk Narwhal
a slender-bodied, long-jawed fish of shallow water Needle Fish
a colorful marine slug Nudibranch
play a major role in the world’s food chains and chemical cycles Plankton
a spiny tropical marine fish that can inflate itself Porcupine Fish
a name for the larger kinds of shrimp Prawn
a small, earless seal native to the Arctic, that makes breathing holes in sea ice Ringed Seal
a soft, sausage-shaped echinoderm with leathery skin and a tentacled mouth Sea Cucumber
a small, upright-swimming fish (it really is a fish) with a horse-like head Sea Horse
a large, eared seal with long limbs acting as flippers Sea Lion
seven species of turtles that have flippers for limbs; they may live for hundreds of years Sea Turtle
predatory star-shaped echinoderms that crawl on tiny tube feet Starfish
a large, migratory fish with a sword-like snout Swordfish
a large shark (up to 16 feet) of tropical and subtropical oceans, with dark stripes Tiger Shark
an Indo-Pacific fish with a horn-like protrusion on its forehead Unicornfish
a large Arctic marine mammal with long tusks and whiskers Walrus
Latin for "swordfish," the genus name for the swordfish group Xiphias
has contrasting orange, white, and black colors Clownfish
also known as a hippo tang, is characterized by its contrasting black and almost neon blue colors Regal Tang
is without a doubt one of the ugliest fish in the sea, stone-like appearance Stonefish
is a favorite among aquarium hobbyists. This shark gets its name from its leopard-like spots Leopard Shark
it is the largest fish in the world Whale Shark

Seafood Test Tips Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Name a freshwater fish starting with K that is opposite to Queen Kingfish
You will lose 50% of what type of fish with filleting Round
You will lose 60% of fish when filleting this type of fish Flat
Bugs, Crabs, Rocklobsters, Prawns and Scampi are all types of crustaceans
Squid is a soft bodied shellfish. What is another name for squid octopus
If you fish has a strong not nice smell then you know that the fish is not fresh. This smell is called .... ammonia
Fish that is rolled and filled or has a farce on the skin side is called a.... Paupiette
Omega 3 fatty acids are known as good fats. What type of unsaturated fats are they Poly
Fish, Shellfish and Mollucs are all types of what Seafood
Most firsh should be cook rare, medium or well cooked medium