Faxonius neglectus
Faxonius neglectus
(Ringed crayfish)
Native Transplant

10 results for Faxonius neglectus (Ringed crayfish)
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Specimen IDCommon NameStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1407118 Ringed crayfishMOBentonLittle Tebo Creek2007 10290105 Harry S. Truman Reservoirunknown
157586 gap ringed crayfishMOHowellSouth Fork Spring River1998 11010010 Springestablished
166624 gap ringed crayfishMOHowellSpring River, West Fork2003 11010010 Springcollected
258517 gap ringed crayfishMOHowellSpring River, West Fork2005 11010010 Springestablished
258518 gap ringed crayfishMOHowellSpring River, West Fork2006 11010010 Springestablished
157585 gap ringed crayfishMOHowellWest Fork of the South Fork Spring River [vicinity of South Fork to Lanton]1998 11010010 Springestablished
1407125 Ringed crayfishMOOregonJoliff Spring Branch2010 11010011 Eleven Pointestablished
1322036 Ringed crayfishMOOregonJoliff Spring Branch2010 11010011 Eleven Pointestablished
271653 Ringed crayfishMOOregonJolliff Spring Branch, near intersection of CR 338 and CR 335, NE of Rover and SW of Thomasville2010 11010011 Eleven Pointcollected
1407141 gap ringed crayfishMOOregonSpring River and tributaries1998 11010011 Eleven Pointestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2022]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [8/17/2022].

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