NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Larson, E.R., and J.D. Olden. 2008. Do schools and golf courses represent emerging pathways for crayfish invasions? Aquatic Invasions 3(4):477-480.
Reference Number: 18346
Type: Journal Article
Author: Larson, E.R., and J.D. Olden
Date (year): 2008
Article Title:Do schools and golf courses represent emerging pathways for crayfish invasions?.
Journal Name: Aquatic Invasions
Keywords: invertebrate, crustacean, crayfish, Orconectes virilis, rusticus, Procambarus clarkii, Washington
Faxonius sanbornii WA - Big Lake [~4 mi SE of Mt. Vernon]
Faxonius virilis WA - Lake Ballinger [~3 mi E of Richmond Beach] WA - Spanaway Lake [in Spanaway]
Procambarus clarkii WA - Beaver Lake [~2.5 mi E of Inglewood] WA - Easter Lake [in Federal Way] WA - Five Mile Lake [just W of Algona] WA - Lake Geneva [just NW of Algona] WA - North Lake [just E of Federal Way] WA - Pine Lake [just E of Sammanish Lake] WA - Silver Lake [~2 mi E of Fairmont] WA - Steel Lake [in Federal Way] WA - Surprise Lake [in Milton] WA - Trout Lake [~1 mi SW of Algona]
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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. . Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [10/3/2023].
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