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Beauchene, M. 2010. Crayfish distribution project. Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection, Bureau of Water Protection and Land Reuse, Hartford, CT. http://www.ct.gov/deep/lib/deep/water/water_quality_management/monitoringpubs/2010_crayfishdist.pdf.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 29189
Type: Report
Author: Beauchene, M.
Date (year): 2010
Report TitleCrayfish distribution project
Publisher:Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection, Bureau of Water Protection and Land Reuse
Publisher Location:Hartford, CT
Pages: 18 pp
URL: http://www.ct.gov/deep/lib/deep/water/water_quality_management/monitoringpubs/2010_crayfishdist.pdf
Keywords: Connecticut, crayfish, Cambarus robustus, big water crayfish, Orconectes limosus, spinycheek crayfish, Orconectes rusticus, rusty crayfish, Orconectes virilis, virile crayfish, Procambarus acutus, White River crayfish
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Faxonius virilis

    CT - West Branch Salmon Brook, upstream of foot bridge
    CT - Ten Mile River upstream Route 70
    CT - Salmon Creek downstream Route 112
    CT - West Branch Bantam River, behind school
    CT - Naugatuck River at Route 222 (6) crossing
    CT - East Branch Naugatuck River downstream of Franklin Drive
    CT - Cuff Brook 0.1 mile downstream of Route 84 crossing
    CT - Eagleville Brook downstream NNT to Eagleville Brook adj. to N Eagleville Road
    CT - Pease Brook upstream Mack Road
    CT - Sandy Brook upstream Route 20
    CT - Susquetonscut Brook upstream Route 207
    CT - Willow Brook downstream side, behind #208 Baldwin Avenue
    CT - North Branch Park River at Sunny Reach Drive
    CT - Harbor Brook upstream Coe Road
    CT - Guinea Brook, USGS gage first West Woods Road #2 crossing from Route 4
    CT - Bantam River upstream confluence with West Branch Bantam River
    CT - Naugatuck River downstream Route 118
    CT - East Branch Byram River upstream John Street
    CT - Cuff Brook upstream Hickory Lane to dam
    CT - Furnance Brook upstream Orcuttville Road
    CT - Pequabuck River just upstream small trib upstream of Barlow and Old Terryville Road
    CT - Sherman Brook upstream Norwich Avenue
    CT - Susquetonscut Brook upstream Chappell Road
    CT - Yantic River upstream Stanton Road
    CT - Sherman Brook at Harbor Road
    CT - Meetinghouse Brook, 100 meters upstream of confluence with Quinipiac River
    CT - Moore Brook at well field at end of Indian Cave Road
    CT - Ocain Brook downstream Route 63
    CT - Naugatuck River at Palmer Bridge Street
    CT - West Branch Naugatuck River upstream confluence with East Branch
    CT - Bunnell Brook upstream diversion for swimming area at recreation area at Vineyard Road and Clear Brook Road
    CT - Eagleville Brook upstream Separatist Road
    CT - Mad River between mouth and Old Route 8 crossing
    CT - Sages Ravine Brook downstream Route 41
    CT - Susquetonscut Brook adjacent to Route 32 upstream Route 87
    CT - Willimantic River downstream Stafford POTW
    CT - Little River, behind #145 Pomfret St, upstream of Route 44 crossing
    CT - Tankerhoosen River upstream of Tunnel Road
    CT - Facory Brook upstream Salmonkill Road
    CT - Hollenbeck River at downstream Route 43 at old DOT picnic area
    CT - West Branch Naugatuck River upstream 100 meters of Wolcott Street
    CT - Bartlett Brook upstream Taylor Bridge Road
    CT - Eagleville Brook upstream side, #43 Hunting Lodge Road
    CT - Gardner Brook downstream Bear Hill Road near Bishop Road intersection
    CT - Quinebaug River upstream Route 197
    CT - Still River 300 meters downstream VFW lodge on Route 8 (site 39) upstream industrial building
    CT - West Branch Salmon Brook upstream 50 meters of Barndoor Road
    CT - Yantic River upstream West Town Street adjacent to Connecticut Avenue


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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2020]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [12/2/2020].

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