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Inman, T.C., P.C. Marsh, B.E. Bagley, and C.A. Pacey. 1998. Survey of crayfishes of the Gila River Basin, Arizona and New Mexico, with notes on occurrences in other Arizona drainages and adjoining states. Report to US Bureau of Reclamation, Phoenix, Arizona.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 16984
Type: Report
Author: Inman, T.C., P.C. Marsh, B.E. Bagley, and C.A. Pacey
Date (year): 1998
Report TitleSurvey of crayfishes of the Gila River Basin, Arizona and New Mexico, with notes on occurrences in other Arizona drainages and adjoining states.
Publisher:Report to US Bureau of Reclamation
Publisher Location:Phoenix, Arizona
Pages:
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Keywords: crayfish, Orconectes virilis, Procambarus alleni, Procambaraus clarkii, Arizona, New Mexico
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Faxonius virilis

    AZ - Big Lake
    AZ - East Fork of the Black River at Buffalo Crossing
    AZ - Luna Lake, headwaters of the San Fransisco River
    AZ - North Fork of East Fork Black River at Crosby Crossing
    AZ - Nutrioso Creek at Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest boundary
    AZ - Black drainage, Apache County
    AZ - West Fork Black River at Forest Service 25
    AZ - San Pedro River, 1 mile downstream from Hereford Bridge
    AZ - San Pedro River, 1/4 mile downstream from the Charleston Bridge
    AZ - San Pedro River, 1/4 mile downstream from Hwy 90 Bridge
    AZ - Knoll Lake, 200 meters downstream of
    AZ - East Clear Creek, at Barbershop Canyon, Juncture of Forest Service Rd 95 & 96
    AZ - East Clear Creek at Horse Crossing
    AZ - East Clear Creek at Forest Service Rd 96 Crossing
    AZ - Dines Tank in Leonard Canyon
    AZ - Willow Springs Lake
    AZ - Alamo Lake at the Cholla Road boat ramp


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