Procambarus acutus
Procambarus acutus
(White River crawfish)
Native Transplant

16 results for Procambarus acutus (White River crawfish)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1418755 KYBath 2004 05100101 Lickingestablished
1418751 KYButler 2004 05110003 Middle Greenestablished
1418752 KYButler 2004 05110002 Barrenestablished
1419476 KYButler0.75 mi W Sugar Grove, Dimple-Sugar Grove Rd.1998 05110002 Barrenestablished
1419404 KYCrittenden6 mi N Crittenden Spring, floodplain near Ohio River1973 05140203 Lower Ohio-Bayestablished
1418749 KYDaviess 2004 05110005 Lower Greenestablished
1418750 KYDaviess 2004 05110004 Roughestablished
1418748 KYHenderson 2004 05110005 Lower Greenestablished
1419417 KYHenderson2 mi S Henderson, Hwy. 2851999 05140202 Highland-Pigeonestablished
1418753 KYJefferson 2004 05140102 Saltestablished
1419430 KYJeffersonLouisville, Hwy. 10201994 05140102 Saltestablished
1419405 KYLivingston2 mi E Smithland, Hwy. 701999 05130205 Lower Cumberlandestablished
1419418 KYLivingston3.5 mi N Calvert City1998 06040006 Lower Tennesseeestablished
1419431 KYLivingston4.2 mi SSW Dycusburg, Hwy. 9171998 05130205 Lower Cumberlandestablished
1419477 KYLivingston4.5 mi NNE Smithland, U.S. Hwy. 602001 05140203 Lower Ohio-Bayestablished
1418754 KYMadison 2004 05100205 Lower Kentuckyestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [6/22/2024].

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