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Hamennetz, Habitatbindung

English translation: stake net

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03:14 Mar 5, 2000
German to English translations [PRO]
German term or phrase: Hamennetz, Habitatbindung
Kann mir jemand erklaeren, was ein Hamennetz ist, oder gar eine Uebersetzung vorschlagen?
Kontext: fangen von nachtaktiven Flussfischen mit "feinmaschigen Hamennetzen".

Ausserdem: gibt es einen englischen Ausdruck fuer "Habitatbindung"?

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Rike
English translation:stake net
Explanation:
Muret-Sanders Encyclopaedic dictionary defines "Hamen" as "stake net" (British = stake-net)
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nastake netJohn Schweinsberg
nasee belowDan McCrosky


  

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37 mins
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Explanation:
Sorry, I don't have any 100% English transaltions, but a Hamennetz is a fishing net shaped like a bag, it can be big or small, the small ones look like a butterfly net with a long handle. Neither sack net nor bag net are in TNODoE. Habitatbinding could be simply habitat bond meaning that a creature doesn't wand to leave the location it's used to.

Dan McCrosky
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PRO pts in pair: 1541
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stake net


Explanation:
Muret-Sanders Encyclopaedic dictionary defines "Hamen" as "stake net" (British = stake-net)

John Schweinsberg
PRO pts in pair: 55
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