NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
South Carolina Department of Natural Resources. 2018. Crayfish of South Carolina. South Carolina Department of Natural Resources. Accessed on 11/02/2018.
Reference Number: 32242
Author: South Carolina Department of Natural Resources
Date (year): 2018
Title:Crayfish of South Carolina
Publisher:South Carolina Department of Natural Resources
Accessed on: 11/02/2018
Keywords: Crayfish, South Carolina, North Carolina, Red Swamp Crayfish, Viril Crayfish
Faxonius virilis SC - Catawba River at Catawba Indian Nation Reservation Boat Landing
Procambarus clarkii SC - Little Pee Dee River SC - SC-19 near logging site SC - McInnis Bridge--Little Pee Dee River SC - Ditch off Ingleside Road, Georgetown SC - Sandy Bluff Court NC - Seven Creeks off 7 Creeks Highway (Route 905), north of Pireway NC - Slades Swamp at Hallsboro Road (Route 1001) bridge crossing, Bladen-Columbus County line NC - Juniper Creek off Dock Road (Kingtown Road NW or Route 1928), burmed swamp area SC - Roadside ditch in Horry County SC - Little Pee Dee River at SR-534-60 bridge SC - Near Folly Road by the Walmart SC - Ditch off Nightingale Drive, Georgetown SC - SR-917, Mullins SC - Bulow County Park NC - Waccamaw River below lowhead dam off SW end of Lake Waccamaw NC - Gum Swamp Run at Dock Road, 1928 SC - Jones Big Swamp-On 90 near old state hwy 90 SC - Crabtree Swamp SC - Hayes Swamp--Red Road SC - Bulow Plantation SC - Bulow Plantation--East of Rantowles Creek NC - Big Creek at Big Avenue (Route 1101) bridge crossing NC - Gum Swamp Run at Dock Road (Kingtown Road NW or Route 1928) bridge crossing NC - Waccamaw River near boat launch off Pireway Road NW (Route 904), highwater spillover at bank SC - Crabtree Swamp SC - Bug Swamp--SC-410 SC - Wilkerson Creek; on Bakers Mill Road SC - Ingelside Road, Georgetown SC - Lake Swamp; State Road 023 NC - Ditch along north side of Big Avenue (Route 1101) NC - Buckhead Branch at SR 1740 NC - Lake Waccamaw overflow off New Britton Highway E (Route 130)
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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. . Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [10/5/2022].
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