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Entry: Amphibians, reptiles, snails, insects - showing version 1

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Frog, lizard, snake, turtle and crocodile products are the edible parts from various animal species of the zoological classes Amphibia and Reptilia, usually wild, harvested for food. A few edible species of terrestrial (land) snails are cultivated. They have an inedible outer shell. Insects are eaten as food in some areas of the world, which includes, for example crickets, cicadas, grasshoppers, ants, and a variety of grubs and beetles.

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is a food type | Concept
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date submitted 18 Aug 2017 10:24:19.454
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entity Amphibians, reptiles, snails, insects
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item class food type | Concept
label Amphibians, reptiles, snails, insects
notation A02KP
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Hierarchy Broader Narrower
Master Groups for exposure view
Exposure Fish, seafood, amphibians, reptiles and invertebrates Terrestrial invertebrates | Amphibians and Reptiles

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broader Groups for exposure view
broader_expo Fish, seafood, amphibians, reptiles and invertebrates
definition Frog, lizard, snake, turtle and crocodile products are the edible parts from various animal species of the zoological classes Amphibia and Reptilia, usually wild, harvested for food. A few edible species of terrestrial (land) snails are cultivated. They have an inedible outer shell. Insects are eaten as food in some areas of the world, which includes, for example crickets, cicadas, grasshoppers, ants, and a variety of grubs and beetles.
foodExOldCode A.01.000942
hierarchyCode_expo Z0007.0008
hierarchyCode_master Z0001.0005.0003.0001
in scheme Food type Identifiers | Exposure hierarchy
lastVersion 01.04.053
narrower_expo Terrestrial invertebrates | Amphibians and Reptiles
notation A02KP
pref label Amphibians, reptiles, snails, insects
scope note Frog, lizard, snake, turtle and crocodile products are the edible parts from various animal species of the zoological classes Amphibia and Reptilia, usually wild, harvested for food. A few edible species of terrestrial (land) snails are cultivated. They have an inedible outer shell. Insects are eaten as food in some areas of the world, which includes, for example crickets, cicadas, grasshoppers, ants, and a variety of grubs and beetles.
state Broad or mixed groups
termType Hierarchy term
type Food-type | Concept
validFrom 1 Jan 2010 00:00:00.000