Procambarus clarkii
Procambarus clarkii
(Red Swamp Crayfish)
Native Transplant

14 results for Procambarus clarkii (Red Swamp Crayfish)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
4503 OR Umpqua drainage1997 17100303 Umpquaunknown
4485 OR state non-specific1989 17000000 Pacific Northwest Regionunknown
279333 ORCoosEmpire Lakes [in North Bend]2001 17100304 Coosestablished
279335 ORCoosJohnson Mill Pond, in Johnson2001 17100305 Coquilleunknown
859265 ORDeschutesSisters2012 17070301 Upper Deschutesestablished
283356 ORDeschutesSisters, in parking lot of a private resort2012 17070301 Upper Deschutesunknown
1703347 ORDouglasSutherlin Creek2022 17100301 North Umpquaunknown
1710678 ORJacksonRogue River2023 17100308 Middle Rogue 
859267 ORLinnAlbany2011 17090003 Upper Willametteestablished
859264 ORLinnAlbany2011 17090003 Upper Willametteestablished
859268 ORLinnAlbany2013 17090003 Upper Willametteestablished
241418 ORLinnCox Creek, a tributary of the Willamette River located in Albany1996 17090003 Upper Willametteunknown
1321678 ORMorrowmarsh area surrounding wildlife viewing parking in Irrigon Wildlife Area2016 17070101 Middle Columbia-Lake Wallulaunknown
859266 ORWashingtonBeaverton2012 17090010 Tualatinestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [3/2/2024].

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