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Shaw, P.C., E.R. Larson, and E.J. Billman. 2021. Invasion of Virile Crayfish Faxonius virilis (Hagen 1870) in the Lower Henrys Fork Drainage, Idaho. Northwest Science 95(1):106-113. https://doi.org/10.3955/046.095.0107.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 38029
Type: Journal Article
Author: Shaw, P.C., E.R. Larson, and E.J. Billman
Date (year): 2021
Article Title:Invasion of Virile Crayfish Faxonius virilis (Hagen 1870) in the Lower Henrys Fork Drainage, Idaho
Journal Name: Northwest Science
Volume: 95
Issue: 1
Pages: 106-113
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Keywords: Virile Crayfish, Faxonius virilis, Northern Crayfish, Idaho, Snake River, Impacts
DOI: 10.3955/046.095.0107
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Faxonius virilis

    ID - Henrys Fork, Riverside Cemetery
    ID - Henrys Fork, Cottonwood Drive access
    ID - Henrys Fork River, Red Road Bridge
    ID - Henrys Fork, North Fork Teton River Confluence
    ID - Henrys Fork River, White Slough Road
    ID - Henrys Fork, Warm Slough Campground
    ID - Henrys Fork Big Island
    ID - Henrys Fork, BYU–Idaho Livestock Center
    ID - Henrys Fork, Beaver Dick Park
    ID - Henrys Fork, Menan Butte
    ID - Henrys Fork, South Fork Snake River Confluence
    ID - Teton River, Upstream of bifurcation
    ID - North Fork Teton River, Teton Highway
    ID - North Fork Teton River, Whitson Rd
    ID - North Fork Teton Henrys Fork Confluence
    ID - South Fork Teton River, Teton Highway
    ID - South Fork Teton River, Sugar City
    ID - South Fork Teton River, Rexburg
    ID - South Fork Teton River, Teton Lakes golf course
    ID - South Fork Teton River, BYU–Idaho Livestock Center
    ID - Moody Creek, Moody Oil Road


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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2022]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [12/5/2022].

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