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Daniels, R.A., D.C. Murphy, and M.W. Klemens. 2001. Orconectes neglectus is established in the northeast. Northeastern Naturalist 8(1):93-100.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 13159
Type: Journal Article
Author: Daniels, R.A., D.C. Murphy, and M.W. Klemens
Date (year): 2001
Article Title:Orconectes neglectus is established in the northeast.
Journal Name: Northeastern Naturalist
Volume: 8
Issue: 1
Pages: 93-100
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Keywords: invertebrates, Orconecetes neglectus, Northeast, New York, Orconectes, Procambarus acutus
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Faxonius neglectus

    NY - Haviland Hollow Brook at Doansburg Road
    NY - Haviland Hollow Brook, 1 km W of Connecticut state line
    NY - Haviland Hollow Brook, 1 km W of Connecticut state line
    NY - Unnamed tributary to Muddy Brook, at junction of Route 311 and Route 164
    NY - Unnamed tributary to East Branch, Croton River, at Route 311, E of Deacon Hill Road
    NY - Brady Brook 0.5 km east of State Route 22 and Akindale Road intersection
    NY - Brady Brook 0.5 km east of State Route 22 and Akindale Road intersection
    NY - Brady Brook 0.5 km east of State Route 22 and Akindale Road intersection
    NY - Unnamed tributary to Brady Brook at Akindale Road
    NY - Unnamed tributary to East Branch Croton River at Cushman Road
    NY - Unnamed tributary to East Branch Croton River at Bundy Hill Road, near junction with Harmony Hill Road
    NY - Unnamed tributary to East Branch Croton River at junction of Harmony Hill Road and Harmony Road

Faxonius rusticus

    NY - Great Swamp of southern NY, Hudson River drainage [just S of Pawling, NY]
    NY - Great Swamp of southern NY, Hudson River drainage [just S of Pawling, NY]
    NY - Great Swamp of southern NY, Housatonic River Drainage [just S of Pawling, NY]
    NY - Great Swamp of southern NY, Housatonic River Drainage [just S of Pawling, NY]


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