Alaska red sea cucumber biology
Alaska red sea cucumber (Scientific name: Parastichopus Californicus) belongs to the Echinodermata, Holothuroidea, Synallactida, Stichopodidae, and Apostichopus, and has rich nutritional value. It is mainly produced in the North American coastal areas off the eastern coast of the Pacific, and deep-sea cold water areas such as Vancouver and Washington.
Alaska red sea cucumber is a medium-sized sea cucumber species. It is in the same Genus and Family as Liao sea cucumber (Apostichopus Japonicus). It has rich nutritive value and delicious taste, and belongs to high-end sea cucumber species.
Alaska red sea cucumber has developed strong vertical and horizontal muscle. It is one of the most important materials in foreign high-end cuisines. It has a remarkable dietary therapy effect and rich nutritional value.