The following additions and changes to The Seafood List have been made in 2020.
- Type: V=vertebrate; I=Invertebrate; I(C)=Invertebrate (Crustacean)
- An asterisk (*) next to the Acceptable FDA Market Name in the Seafood List indicates that a specific regulation applies to that species. A listed regulation number refers to the applicable section of the Regulation cited.
- A dagger (†) next to the Scientific Common Name in the Seafood List identifies the names that are prohibited by a law. The specific law is noted to provide additional information.
- Consult The Seafood List Guidance for additional information.
|2020 Seafood List Additions and Changes: January - July|
|Type||Additions and Changes to the Seafood List||Acceptable Market Name(s)||Regulation or Law||Common Name||Scientific Name|
|I||SN-Change from Loligo opalescens to Doryteuthis opalescens||Squid or Calamari||California Market Squid||Doryteuthis opalescens|
|I(c)||Name revised to include Greater spider crab||Crab, or Spider or Greater Spider||Atlantic Lyre Crab||Hyas araneus|
|I||New Species||Squid or Calamari||Beka Squid||Loliolus beka|
|I(c)||SN-Change from Portunus pseudoargentatus to Portunus reticulatus||Portunus reticulatus|
|I||New species||Crocodile||Crocodylus spp.|
|I||New Species||Littleneck clam||Venerupis aspera|
|I(c)||Acceptable market name added Shrimp||Shrimp or Seabob||Atlantic Seabob||Xiphopenaeus kroyeri|