Reference List

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

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33392 Report Adams, J. 2005. Introduced Population of Orconectes (Procericambarus) neglectus neglectus (Faxon, 1885) in the Columbia Basin. The Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation.
34176 Journal Article Bouchard, R.W. 1977. Distribution, systematic status and ecological notes on five poorly known species of crayfishes in western North America (Decapoda: Astacidae and Cambaridae). Freshwater crayfish 3:409-423.
19720 Journal Article Bouchard, R.W. 1977. Distribution, systematic status and ecological notes on five poorly known species of crayfish in western North America (Decapoda: Astacidae and Cambaridae). Freshwater Crayfish 3:409-423.
37046 Web Page Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection. 2017. An Atlas of the Crayfish of Connecticut. Accessed on 09/28/2021.
13159 Journal Article Daniels, R.A., D.C. Murphy, and M.W. Klemens. 2001. Orconectes neglectus is established in the northeast. Northeastern Naturalist 8(1):93-100.
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.
1856 Journal Article Hobbs, H.H., Jr. 1989. An illustrated checklist of the American crayfishes (Decapoda: Astacidae, Cambaridae, and Parastacidae). Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology 480:1-236.
24851 Database iMapInvasives. 2016. Oregon iMapInvasives. Oregon Biodiversity Information Center, Portland, OR. Accessed on 04/09/2015.
18216 Journal Article Larson, E.R., and D.D. Magoulick. 2008. Comparative life history of native (Orconectes eupunctus) and introduced (Orconectes neglectus) crayfishes in the Spring River drainage of Arkansas and Missouri. American Midland Naturalist 160(2):323-341.
40063 Journal Article Magoulick, D.D., K.C. Wynne, and J. Clark. 2022. Morphological traits related to potential invasiveness of two subspecies of the crayfish Faxonius neglectus. River Research and Applications 38(8):1510-1518.
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.
34045 Journal Article Minckley, W. L., and James E. Deacon. 1959. New distributional records for three species of Kansas crayfish. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 62(2):165.
35816 Journal Article Mouser, J., D.C. Ashley, T. Aley, and S.K. Brewer. 2019. Subterranean invasion by gapped ringed crayfish: Effectiveness of a removal effort and barrier installation. Diversity 11(1):3.
15628 Journal Article Rabalais, M.R., and D.D. Magoulick. 2006. Influence of an invasive crayfish species on diurnal habitat use and selection by a native crayfish species in an Ozark stream. American Midland Naturalist 2(155):295-306.
40033 Journal Article Westhoff, J.T., H.A. Abdelrahman, C.J. Rice, and J.A. Stoeckel. 2021. Linking multiple aspects of thermal performance to explore the potential for thermal resource partitioning between a native and an invasive crayfish. Journal of Thermal Biology 97:102864.
35667 Journal Article Williams A.B. 1954. An Explanation for the Distribution of a North American Crayfish. Ecology 35(4):573-575.
35666 Journal Article Williams, A.B. 1952. Six New Crayfishes of the Genus Orconectes (Decapoda: Astacidae) from Arkansas, Missouri and Oklahoma. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science (1903-) 55(3):330-351.


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