Faxonius virilis
Faxonius virilis
(Virile Crayfish, Northern Crayfish)
Crustaceans-Crayfish
Native Transplant

11 results for Faxonius virilis (Virile Crayfish, Northern Crayfish)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1695580 IDFremontHenrys Fork River, Red Road Bridge2018 17040203 Lower Henrysestablished
1695578 IDFremontHenrys Fork, Cottonwood Drive access2018 17040203 Lower Henrysestablished
1695581 IDFremontHenrys Fork, North Fork Teton River Confluence2018 17040203 Lower Henrysestablished
1695577 IDFremontHenrys Fork, Riverside Cemetery2018 17040203 Lower Henrysestablished
1695584 IDMadisonHenrys Fork Big Island2018 17040203 Lower Henrysestablished
1695582 IDMadisonHenrys Fork River, White Slough Road2018 17040203 Lower Henrysestablished
1695586 IDMadisonHenrys Fork, Beaver Dick Park2018 17040203 Lower Henrysestablished
1695585 IDMadisonHenrys Fork, BYU–Idaho Livestock Center2018 17040203 Lower Henrysestablished
1695587 IDMadisonHenrys Fork, Menan Butte2018 17040203 Lower Henrysestablished
1695588 IDMadisonHenrys Fork, South Fork Snake River Confluence2018 17040203 Lower Henrysestablished
1695583 IDMadisonHenrys Fork, Warm Slough Campground2018 17040203 Lower Henrysestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2022]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [8/7/2022].

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