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Helgen, J.C. 1990. The distribution of crayfishes in Minnesota. Minnesota DNR, Division of Fish and Wildlife, Section of Fisheries.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 14838
Type: Report
Author: Helgen, J.C.
Date (year): 1990
Report TitleThe distribution of crayfishes in Minnesota.
Publisher:Minnesota DNR, Division of Fish and Wildlife, Section of Fisheries.
Publisher Location:
Pages: 107 pp
Keywords: invertebrates, crustaceans, rusty crayfish, Orconectes rusticus, Minnesota
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Faxonius rusticus

    MN - Otter Creek [SE of Austin] (T101 R17W S31)
    MN - Elbow Lake (T142 R38&39W S5,6,11&12)
    MN - Leech Lake
    MN - McKeown Lake
    MN - Wabedo Lake
    MN - Woman Lake
    MN - Des Moines River (T105 R37W S21) [SW corner of county]
    MN - Crow Wing River [south-central part of county]
    MN - Eleventh Crow Wing Lake [in Akeley, MN]
    MN - Three Island Lake (T59 R25&26W S19&24)
    MN - Des Moines River [SE of Jackson, MN] (T102 R35W S25)
    MN - Triangle Lake
    MN - Otter Creek [SE of Austin] (T101 R17W S31)
    MN - Vermilion Lake (East) (T61-63 R14-16 S?-?)
    MN - Shagawa Lake [in Ely, MN] (T63 R12W S20-22,27-29)
    MN - Marine on St. Croix [~ 3 mi S of Otisville, St. Croix River?]
    MN - Willamsport Stream (T31 R20 S12)[near Chisago Co. border]
    MN - Des Moines River (T103 R35W S28)[just N of Jackson, MN]
    MN - Shagawa River (T63 R11W S19) [just NW of Ely, MN]


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