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Lieb, D.A., R.W. Bouchard, and R.F. Carline. 2011. Crayfish fauna of southeastern Pennsylvania: distributions, ecology, and changes over the last century. Journal of Crustacean Biology 31(1):166-178.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 37043
Type: Journal Article
Author: Lieb, D.A., R.W. Bouchard, and R.F. Carline
Date (year): 2011
Article Title:Crayfish fauna of southeastern Pennsylvania: distributions, ecology, and changes over the last century
Journal Name: Journal of Crustacean Biology
Volume: 31
Issue: 1
Pages: 166-178
Keywords: Cambarus acuminatus complex, Cambarus bartonii, conservation, exotic species, Orconectes limosus, Orconectes obscurus, Orconectes rusticus, Orconectes virilis, Procambarus acutus, Procambarus clarkii, range shifts
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Faxonius obscurus

    PA - Manatawny Creek across from Manatawny St.
    PA - Stony Creek off Harding Blvd. and Elmwood Park
    PA - Wissahickon Creek intersecting with W Bells Mill Rd. and between Yellow Trail and Orange Trail

Faxonius rusticus

    PA - Schuylkill River near Pawlings Rd. and Valley Forge National Historic Park River Trail Trailhead
    PA - Manatawny Creek off Manatawny St. and near Manatawny Park
    PA - Manatawny Creek intersecting with Glasgow St.
    PA - Manatawny Creek intersecting with W High St. and near Manatawny St.
    PA - Perkiomen Creek near Egypt Rd. and between Perkiomen trail and Mine run
    PA - Perkiomen Creek between Perkiomen trail and Old Mill Rd.
    PA - East Branch Perkiomen Creek off Elephant Rd.
    PA - Swamp Creek in between Swamp Creek Rd. and Grebe Rd.

Faxonius virilis

    PA - Hermesprota Creek off Tribbett Avenue and Kaiser Drive

Procambarus clarkii

    PA - Long Hook creek in between Delaware Expressway and I-95 Try
    PA - Schuylkill River off Cromby Rd.
    PA - Sandy Run intersecting with Limekiln Pike


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