Faxonius rusticus
Faxonius rusticus
(Rusty Crayfish)
Native Transplant

9 results for Faxonius rusticus (Rusty Crayfish)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
558705 WIGreenAllen Creek2004 07090004 Sugarestablished
1425115 WIGreenLake Montesian2014 07090004 Sugarestablished
558666 WIGreenOK Creek2004 07090004 Sugarestablished
1422822 WIGreenSpring Creek at Mount Hope Rd (10037929)2014 07090004 Sugarestablished
558504 WIGreenSugar River1988 07090004 Sugarestablished
558665 WIGreenSugar River2004 07090004 Sugarestablished
558440 WIRockAllen Creek1982 07090004 Sugarestablished
558659 WIRockAllen Creek2003 07090004 Sugarestablished
558660 WIRockAllen Creek2003 07090004 Sugarestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2021]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [8/3/2021].

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