Procambarus clarkii
Procambarus clarkii
(Red Swamp Crayfish)
Native Transplant

7 results for Procambarus clarkii (Red Swamp Crayfish)

Impact ID Scientific Name Impact Type Study Type Study Location Impact Description Reference
1862 Procambarus clarkii Competition Experimental Field Procambarus clarkii competes with native species for shelter. 27443
1863 Procambarus clarkii Competition Experimental Laboratory Procambarus clarkii outcompetes the native P. acutus by excluding it from shelter... 27410
1864 Procambarus clarkii Competition Experimental Laboratory Dragonfly nyph predation efficiency is reduced in the presence of Procambarus clarkii. 32113
3545 Procambarus clarkii Competition Experimental Laboratory The presence of the red swamp crayfish reduced the survival rate of adult Amargosa Pupfish and the... 34066
3641 Procambarus clarkii Competition Observational Field Procambarus clarkii appears to be replacing P. acutissimus in a wetland complex. Our... 34225
6408 Procambarus clarkii Competition Observational Field Spread of Procambarus clarkii will threaten native biodiversity and increase biotic... 38833
9493 Procambarus clarkii Competition Observational Field In South Carolina, the range of Procambarus clarkii overlaps with the native range of... 42982

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