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Bay Nature magazineJan-Mar 2002 Issue

Latest from Chinese immigrants

From the Bottom Up

January 01, 2002 by Micky Ellinger

It's small, it's restless, and it changes sex halfway through its life. Plus, the humble bay shrimp occupies a crucial niche in the complex food web of San Francisco Bay. It once played a significant role in the economy and culture of the local Chinese community. Today, both the shrimp and those who fish for it are still hanging on, but it hasn't been easy.

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