Lobster: this crustacean seems not to occur entire in any known examples of English heraldry; but the claws occur in more than one coat of arms, and these are represented as in the margin; allied to it is the crevice(fr. écrevisse), or crayfish.
Argent, two lobster's claws in saltire gules, the dexter surmounting the sinister--TREGARTHICK.
Argent, a chevron between three lobster's claws gules--KERNE.
Barry wavy of six argent and gules, six crevices or two and one--ATWATER.
Gules, on a bend or, a lobster sable--GRILLA, Spain.