Procambarus clarkii
Procambarus clarkii
(Red Swamp Crayfish)
Crustaceans-Crayfish
Native Transplant

38 results for Procambarus clarkii (Red Swamp Crayfish)

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Impact IDScientific NameImpact TypeStudy TypeStudy LocationImpact DescriptionReference
1798 Procambarus clarkiiPredation/HerbivoryObservationalLaboratoryProcambarus clarkii reduces macrophyte diversity through selective macrophyte consumption... 33365
1799 Procambarus clarkiiPredation/HerbivoryObservationalFieldProcambarus clarkii feeds mainly on aquatic plants. 27415
1800 Procambarus clarkiiPredation/HerbivoryObservationalFieldProcambarus clarkii feeds on many animals, including waterfleas, insects, and other... 27415
1801 Procambarus clarkiiPredation/HerbivoryObservationalLaboratoryProcambarus clarkii feeds on the endangered California newt egg masses and juvenille... 14742
1802 Procambarus clarkiiPredation/HerbivoryObservationalFieldProcambarus clarkii feeds on the endangered California newt egg masses and juvenille... 14742
1803 Procambarus clarkiiPredation/HerbivoryExperimentalFieldThe larval densities of amphibian communities have been shown to be reduced in the resence of... 32462
1804 Procambarus clarkiiPredation/HerbivoryObservationalLaboratoryProcambarus clarkii feeds upon the eggs and larvae of the endangered razorback sucker... 27440
1805 Procambarus clarkiiPredation/HerbivoryExperimentalFieldProcambarus clarkii feeds heavily upon the egg masses of Bufo calamita and... 16614
1806 Procambarus clarkiiPredation/HerbivoryObservationalFieldIn its introduced range in California, Procambarus clarkii has been shown to reduced... 32115
1807 Procambarus clarkiiPredation/HerbivoryObservationalLaboratoryProcambarus clarkii feeds on a variety of plant and animals in its nonnative range... 27398
1808 Procambarus clarkiiPredation/HerbivoryObservationalLaboratoryProcambarus clarkii feeds heavily on aquatic plants. 27455
1862 Procambarus clarkiiCompetitionExperimentalFieldProcambarus clarkii competes with native species for shelter. 27443
1863 Procambarus clarkiiCompetitionExperimentalLaboratoryProcambarus clarkii outcompetes the native P. acutus by excluding it from shelter... 27410
1864 Procambarus clarkiiCompetitionExperimentalLaboratoryDragonfly nyph predation efficiency is reduced in the presence of Procambarus clarkii. 32113
1894 Procambarus clarkiiFood WebObservationalFieldIn its introduced range in California, Procambarus clarkii has been shown to reduced... 32113
1907 Procambarus clarkiiHabitat AlterationObservationalLaboratoryProcambarus clarkii reduces macrophyte diversity through selective macrophyte consumption... 33365
1908 Procambarus clarkiiHabitat AlterationExperimentalFieldProcambarus clarkii has been shown to attack adult California newts during experments... 14776
1909 Procambarus clarkiiHabitat AlterationObservationalFieldProcambarus clarkii builds extensive burrows along shorelines that collapse and create... 15804
1910 Procambarus clarkiiHabitat AlterationExperimentalFieldThe larval densities of amphibian communities have been shown to be reduced in the resence of... 32462
1911 Procambarus clarkiiHabitat AlterationObservationalFieldProcambarus clarkii can be a vector for spreading other nonindigenous species via carapace... 32138
1912 Procambarus clarkiiHabitat AlterationAnecdotalFieldThe presence of high densities of Procambarus clarkii with the co-occurrence of an... 27394
1913 Procambarus clarkiiHabitat AlterationObservationalLaboratoryProcambarus clarkii feeds on a variety of plant and animals in its nonnative range. 27398
1914 Procambarus clarkiiHabitat AlterationObservationalFieldProcambarus clarkii feeds heavily on aquatic plants, greatly reducing native plant... 27455
1915 Procambarus clarkiiHabitat AlterationObservationalFieldProcambarus clarkii can be a vector for spreading other nonindigenous species or... 19689
1958 Procambarus clarkiiDisease/Parasites/ToxicityObservationalFieldProcambarus clarkii introduces novel parasites that are shown to be of high impact, in... 24593
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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2021]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [6/22/2021].

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