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Riegel, J.A. 1959. The systematics and distribution of crayfishes in California. California Fish and Game 45(1):29-50.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 14711
Type: Journal Article
Author: Riegel, J.A.
Date (year): 1959
Article Title:The systematics and distribution of crayfishes in California.
Journal Name: California Fish and Game
Volume: 45
Issue: 1
Pages: 29-50
Keywords: invertebrates, crustaceans, crayfish, California
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Faxonius virilis

    CA - 6 miles south of Chico, irrigation ditch, on w side of Goodspeed Watt Rd
    CA - Little Chico Creek
    CA - Colusa County
    CA - San Joaquin County
    CA - Cosumnes River, 3 miles above mouth to Mokelumne River.
    CA - Yolo County
    CA - Putah Creek flowing into the Sacramento near Davis
    CA - Drainage ditch four miles east of Woodland
    CA - Irrigation ditch near causeway six miles northeast of Davis

Pacifastacus leniusculus

    CA - Lake Tahoe

Procambarus clarkii

    CA - Contra Costa County
    CA - Fresno County
    CA - lower Colorado River near the Mexican border
    CA - canal approximately 1 mile south of David Road and 1.5 miles east of I-5; approximately 15 miles south of Bakersfield
    CA - Puddingstone Reservoir, Los Angeles
    CA - Puente Creek near Whittier
    CA - Madera County
    CA - roadside slough 12 miles south of Merced
    CA - Monterey County
    CA - Orange County
    CA - Riverside County
    CA - Dry Creek near Roseville
    CA - slough along American River three miles northwest Sacramento
    CA - Lake Arrowhead
    CA - Santa Ana River near Arlington
    CA - Spook Canyon near Escondido
    CA - San Dieguito River, San Diego County
    CA - Lake Hodges [just S of Escondido]
    CA - Doane Pond
    CA - Mokelumne River [~7 mi NE of Lodi]
    CA - ditch on Hope Ranch
    CA - Russian River at Mirabel Park
    CA - Tuolumne River above junction with San Joaquin River


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