Specimen Information

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

Specimen ID154630
GroupCrustaceans-Crayfish
GenusProcambarus
Speciesclarkii
Common NameRed Swamp Crayfish
StateNC
CountyCraven
LocalityNeuse River, Turkey Quarter Creek Rd., SR 1445, just N of lower confluence with Turkey Quarter Creek, ca. 18 air km NW New Bern (Site_No 001109.1btw, Neuse River Game Land Project)
Mapping AccuracyAccurate
HUC8 NameMiddle Neuse
HUC8 Number03020202
HUC10 NameHog Island-Neuse River
HUC10 Number0302020206
HUC12 NamePinetree Creek-Neuse River
HUC12 Number030202020604
Map
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Collection Day9
Collection Month11
Collection Year2000
Year AccuracyActual
Potential Pathwayreleased bait
Statusunknown
Reference 1
Ref. Number:13635
Author:Fullerton, A.H., and B.T. Watson
Date:2001
Title:New distributional records for two nonindigenous and one native crayfish in North Carolina.
Journal:The Journal of the Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society
Volume:117
Issue:1
Pages:66-70
CommentsRecord from NCWRC. John Alderman, Aimee Fullerton, Brian Watson, and Judith Johnson supplied information.
Record TypeLiterature
VerifierA. H. Fullerton
Freshwater/MarineFreshwater
Number Collected22
Year Classjuvenile
Number Preserved0
Number of Females15
Specimen ImpactAll juveniles collected. Common abundance. Reproducing


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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2020]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [8/14/2020].

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