Eriocheir sinensis
Eriocheir sinensis
(Chinese mitten crab)
Crustaceans-Crabs
Exotic

6 results for Eriocheir sinensis (Chinese mitten crab)

Impact ID Scientific Name Impact Type Study Type Study Location Impact Description Reference
2376 Eriocheir sinensis Harvest Anecdotal N/A Nonnative crayfish species are claimed to be important fishery in California, and the mitten's crab... 13531
2379 Eriocheir sinensis Harvest Anecdotal N/A Eriocheir sinensis is claimed to be a nuisance to commercial shrimp fisheries, as the... 13531
2384 Eriocheir sinensis Harvest Anecdotal N/A Eriocheir sinensis is a nuisance to commercial shrimp fisheries, as the shrimpers must... 14027
2385 Eriocheir sinensis Harvest Anecdotal N/A Eriocheir sinesis impacts the introduced signal crayfish fishery by damaging nets and reducing... 14027
2390 Eriocheir sinensis Harvest Anecdotal N/A In Europe, where Eriocheir sinensis was previously introduced in very high numbers, the... 14027
2397 Eriocheir sinensis Harvest Observational Field In the San Francisco Bay area, shrimpers have reported damage to their catch while using trawl... 33686

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