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Dean, J.L. 1969. Biology of the crayfish Orconectes causeyi and its use for control of aquatic weeds in trout lakes. Technical Papers of the Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife No. 24. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife, Washington, DC.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 1854
Type: Report
Author: Dean, J.L.
Date (year): 1969
Report TitleBiology of the crayfish Orconectes causeyi and its use for control of aquatic weeds in trout lakes. Technical Papers of the Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife No. 24
Publisher:U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife, Washington, DC.
Publisher Location:
Pages: 15 pp
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Keywords: invertebrates, crustaceans, crayfish, Orconectes causeyi
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Faxonius causeyi

    NM - Atrisco Drain, empties into the Rio Grande south of Albuquerque
    NM - Nutria Lake
    NM - Ramah Lake [Reservoir]
    NM - Mesa Hill Lake on Acoma Pueblo
    AZ - Little Colorado River at Springerville, AZ
    AZ - Nutrioso Creek near Springerville, Az
    NM - Rio Grande, 150 miles north of Albuquerque
    NM - Rio Grande, 150 miles north of Albuquerque
    NM - Rio Grande, 150 miles north of Albuquerque
    NM - Rio Grande, 200 miles south of Albuquerque
    NM - Rio Grande, 200 miles south of Albuquerque
    NM - Rio Grande, 200 miles south of Albuquerque
    NM - Colorado Basin in western NM
    AZ - Colorado Basin of NE AZ
    NM - Caballo Reservoir
    AZ - Horseshoe Cienega Lake on the Fort Apache Indian Reservation
    NM - Morgan Lake on the Navajo Indian Reservation
    AZ - River Reservoir


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