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

8 results for Faxonius rusticus (Rusty Crayfish)

Impact ID Scientific Name Impact Type Study Type Study Location Impact Description Reference
1896 Faxonius rusticus Habitat Alteration Anecdotal N/A Anecdotal observations attribute the introduction of F. rusticus to the declines in... 25542
1897 Faxonius rusticus Habitat Alteration Observational Field Benthic invertebrate community densities are reduced greatly in the presence of rusty crayfish in... 17942
1898 Faxonius rusticus Habitat Alteration Experimental Laboratory Faxonius rusticus reduces macrophyte diversity through selective macrophyte destruction... 14834
1899 Faxonius rusticus Habitat Alteration Observational Field The presence of F. rusticus has been show to result in a lower species richness, abundace... 30926
1900 Faxonius rusticus Habitat Alteration Experimental Laboratory F. rusticus creates tubidity in its envrioment that results in an increase of harmful algae blooms... 31205
1901 Faxonius rusticus Habitat Alteration Experimental Field Native crayfish change their behaviors in the presence of the nonnative F. rusticus. 30954
1902 Faxonius rusticus Habitat Alteration Experimental Field The introduction of F. rusticus results in the reduction in macroinvertebrate densities in... 30953
1903 Faxonius rusticus Habitat Alteration Experimental Laboratory The consumption of periphyton by the rusty crayfish outside its native range has been shown to... 14607

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