What you need to know about aquatic chellicerates, a fish toxic to fish and shellfish

An aquatic chelis, also known as a blue crab, is an invasive species that has been killing fish and other wildlife in Israel, according to the Israeli Environment Ministry.

The fish was originally introduced to Israel in the 1950s, and has since spread throughout the country.

The Ministry of Agriculture has warned that the fish is harmful to the environment and to human health.

The ministry has also said that the chelicera is currently the most commonly introduced aquatic fish to Israel.

According to the ministry, the fish was first introduced to the country in 1950s as a result of a trade between the United States and Britain.

The British introduced the fish to the Mediterranean in the 1920s, when the United Kingdom was still under British rule.

In the 1950, the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) declared that the aquatic chelis were invasive and should be controlled.

The government banned commercial and recreational fishing for them in the 1960s, but the fish still managed to spread throughout Israel and the occupied West Bank.

The fishery was once considered a national treasure until the fish started showing up in supermarkets and restaurants.

Since its introduction in the late 1980s, the aquaculture industry has been hit by the introduction of the chelicera.

Many businesses and businesses in the coastal area around Jerusalem have shut down due to the influx of the fish.

A spokesperson for the Ministry of the Environment and Natural Resources said that many businesses in Israel are facing closure due to a high number of fish-related incidents.

The spokesperson said that more than 300 fish related incidents have been reported since 2009, including over 100 deaths and over 80 deaths.

The fisherman’s association in Jerusalem, the Marine Stewards Association, has also criticized the government for the decision to ban commercial and personal fishing for the fish, calling it “a slap in the face to all fishermen.”

The Ministry of Health has also banned the sale of fish for the aqua chelises, which can contain cyanide.