Reference List

This list includes references used to derive specimen records as well as those with scientific name Faxonius luteus listed in key words.

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28551 Journal Article DiStefano, R. J., E.M. Imhoff, D.A. Swedberg, and T.C. Boersig III. 2015. An analysis of suspected crayfish invasions in Missouri, USA: evidence for the prevalence of short-range translocations and support for expanded survey efforts. Management of Biological Invasions 6(4):395-411. http://www.reabic.net/journals/mbi/2015/4/MBI_2015_DiStefano_etal.pdf.
37045 Journal Article Galinat, G., M. Glon, and B. Dickerson. 2021. First report of golden crayfish Faxonius luteus (Creaser, 1933) in South Dakota. BioInvasions Records 10(1):149-157. https://www.reabic.net/journals/bir/2021/1/BIR_2021_Galinat_etal.pdf.
30916 Journal Article Metcalf, A.L. and D. A. Distler. 1961. New distributional records for two species of crayfish. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 64(4):353-356.
14625 Report Taylor, C.A. 1998. Introduced crayfishes in Illinois. Illinois Natural History Survey.
14109 Journal Article Wetzel, J.E., W.J. Poly, and J.W. Fetzner, Jr. 2004. Morphological and genetic comparisons of golden crayfish, Orconectes luteus, and rusty crayfish, O. rusticus, with range corrections in Iowa and Minnesota. Journal of Crustacean Biology 24(4):603-617. https://doi.org/10.1651/C-2483.



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