Faxonius obscurus
Faxonius obscurus
(Allegheny crayfish)
Native Transplant

8 results for Faxonius obscurus (Allegheny crayfish)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
862670 NYChautauqua[No locality provided]1937 05010002 Conewangounknown
862672 NYChautauqua[No locality provided]1937 05010002 Conewangounknown
862671 NYChautauquaChautauqua Lake1937 05010002 Conewangounknown
862585 NYChautauquaChautauqua Lake1937 05010002 Conewangounknown
862678 NYJeffersonLake Ontario2001 04150200 Lake Ontariounknown
865902 NYMontgomery[No locality provided]1982 02020005 Schoharieunknown
1419072 PALancasterLancaster County2014 02050306 Lower Susquehannaestablished
1419073 PAYorkYork County2014 02050306 Lower Susquehannaestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2020]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [12/4/2020].

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