Faxonius rusticus
Faxonius rusticus
(Rusty Crayfish)
Native Transplant

16 results for Faxonius rusticus (Rusty Crayfish)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
849992 CanadaBruceBerford Lake1978  established
849983 CanadaKawartha Lakes DivisionBalsam Lake1978  established
153952 IADelawareMaquoketa River, 1.5 mi SW of Delhi, at Hartwick Dam [=Lake Delhi Dam]1978 07060006 Maquoketacollected
850324 ILCookWolf Lake, Chicago1978 04040001 Little Calumet-Galienestablished
558042 ILCookWolf Lake, Chicago [just N of Calumet City]1978 04040001 Little Calumet-Galienestablished
153951 NYAlbanyThompsons Lake, W of Albany1978 02020006 Middle Hudsoncollected
850040 ONT Drag Lake, Haliburton County, Dudley Township1978  established
850073 ONTHaliburtonHead lake, Dysart Township1978  established
850107 ONTHaliburtonKashagawigam Lake, Miden Township1978  established
558416 WIRacineWhite River1978 07120006 Upper Foxestablished
558418 WIWalworthHoney Lake1978 07120006 Upper Foxestablished
558415 WIWalworthLake Geneva1978 07120006 Upper Foxestablished
558414 WIWalworthWhite River1978 07120006 Upper Foxestablished
558417 WIWaukeshaMukwonago River1978 07120006 Upper Foxestablished
155672 WVCabellFourpole Creek, 8th Street bridge, Huntington, 5.5 mi W of Huntington1978 05090101 Raccoon-Symmescollected
155671 WVCabellFourpole Creek, Bridge on Woodville Drive, Huntington, 4.3 mi SE of Huntington1978 05090101 Raccoon-Symmescollected

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2022]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [9/24/2022].

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