Faxonius neglectus
Faxonius neglectus
(Ringed crayfish)
Native Transplant

12 results for Faxonius neglectus (Ringed crayfish)
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Specimen IDCommon NameStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
4493 Ringed crayfishOR Rogue River drainage1989 17100300 Southern Oregon Coastalcollected
859143 Ringed crayfishORCurryBosley Butte2013 17100312 Chetcoestablished
274729 Ringed crayfishORCurryRogue River at confluence with Illinois River1976 17100310 Lower Rogueestablished
277299 Ringed crayfishORDouglasCow Creek2011 17100303 Umpquacollected
1414734 Ringed crayfishORDouglasGalesville Reservoir2001 17100302 South Umpquaestablished
1703731 Ringed crayfishORDouglasSouth Umpqua River2022 17100302 South Umpqua 
269552 Ringed crayfishORJacksonLittle Butte/Lick Creek watershed on Medford BLM land (6th field watershed)2009 17100307 Upper Roguecollected
269553 Ringed crayfishORJacksonLittle Butte/Lick Creek watershed on Medford BLM land (6th field watershed).2009 17100307 Upper Roguecollected
274728 Ringed crayfishORJacksonRogue River 2 miles east of Gold Hill on Hwy 2341976 17100308 Middle Rogueestablished
274730 Ringed crayfishORJacksonWillow Lakes, southeast of Butte Falls off forest road 301976 17100307 Upper Rogueestablished
274732 Ringed crayfishORJosephineApplegate River, near Murphy southeast of Grants Pass1976 17100309 Applegateestablished
274731 Ringed crayfishORJosephineLake Selmac, east of Selma off Deer Creek Road.1976 17100311 Illinoisestablished

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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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