Faxonius rusticus
Faxonius rusticus
(Rusty Crayfish)
Crustaceans-Crayfish
Native Transplant

9 results for Faxonius rusticus (Rusty Crayfish)

Impact ID Scientific Name Impact Type Study Type Study Location Impact Description Reference
1851 Faxonius rusticus Competition Observational Field Observations show that Faxonius rusticus can diplace Faxonius virilis in its... 25542
1852 Faxonius rusticus Competition Observational Field Observations show that Faxonius rusticus can diplace Faxonius propinquus where... 25542
1853 Faxonius rusticus Competition Observational Field Faxonius rusticus outcompetes native crayfish once it becomes established in a new area. 27348
1854 Faxonius rusticus Competition Observational Field Faxonius rusticus outcompetes native crayfish once it becomes established in a new area. 27348
1855 Faxonius rusticus Competition Experimental Laboratory The presence of Faxonius rusticus reduces the size and increases mortality of Faxonius... 20638
1856 Faxonius rusticus Competition Experimental Laboratory The presence of Faxonius rusticus reduces the size and increases mortality of Faxonius... 20638
1857 Faxonius rusticus Competition Observational Field Faxonius rusticus hydridizes with Faxonius propinquus in its native range... 13217
1858 Faxonius rusticus Competition Anecdotal Field Since the introduciton of F. rusticus out of its native range results in a reduction and... 30926
1859 Faxonius rusticus Competition Observational Field Faxonius rusticus outcompetes and eliminates Faxonius virilis in some areas of... 26612

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