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REFERENCES

Black, Joe B.  1965.  A survey of the genus Cambarellus in Mississippi (Decapoda: Astacidae).  Journal of the Mississippi Academy of Sciences. 11: 216-217.

_____  1967.  A new crawfish of the genus Cambarus from southwest Louisiana (Decapoda: Astacidae).  Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington80(27): 173-178.  12 figures.

_____  1968.  A new crawfish of the genus Procambarus from Mississippi (Decapoda, Astacidae).  Tulane Studies in Zoology and Botany, 15(1): 5-9, 12 figures.

_____  1969.  A new crawfish of the genus Hobbseus from Mississippi (Decapoda, Astacidae).  Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, 82(14):  193-200, 12 figures.

Bott, R.  1950.  Die Flusskrebse Europas (Decapoda, Astacidae).  Abhandlungen der Senckenbergischen Naturforschenden Gesellschaft,  No. 483,  36 pages, 24 figures, 6 plates.

Cope, E.D.  1872.  On the Wyandotte Cave and its fauna.  American Naturalist,  6(7):  406-422, figures 109-116.

Creaser, E. P.  1931.  The Michigan Decapod Crustaceans.  Papers of the Michigan Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters13: 257-276,  figures 31-40.

_____  1932.  The Decapod Crustacea of Wisconsin.  Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters27: 321-338, 13 figures.

_____  1933.  Descriptions of some new and poorly known species of North American crayfishes.  Occasional Papers of the Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan,  No. 275: 1-21, 14 figures.

_____  1934a.  A faunistic area of five isolated species of crayfish in southeastern Missouri.  Occasional Papers of the Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan,  No. 278: 1-8, 1 figure.

_____  1943b.  A new crayfish from North Carolina.  Occasional Papers of the Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan,  No. 285:  1-4, 3 figures.

Creaser, E.P. and A.I. Ortenburger.  1933.  The Decapod Crustaceans of Oklahoma.  Publications of the University of Oklahoma Biological Survey5(2):  14-47, 19 figures.

Crocker, D.W.  1957.  The crayfishes of New York state (Decapoda, Astacidae).  Bulletin of the New York State Museum and Science Service,  No. 355: 1-97, 5 plates.

Crocker, D.W. and D.W. Barr.  1968.  Handbook of the crayfishes of Ontario.  Life Sciences Miscellaneous Publications, Royal Ontario Museum, University of Toronto,  158 pages, 87 figures.

Eberly, W.R.  1955.  Summary of the distribution of Indiana crayfishes, including new state and county records.  Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Sciences, 64: 281-283.

Erichson, W.F.  1846.  Uebersicht der Arten der Gattung Astacus.  Archiv fur Naturgeschichte (Berlin),  12(1): 86-103.

Faxon, W.  1884.  Descriptions of new species of Cambarus, to which is added a synonymical list of the known species of Cambarus and AstacusProceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Science20: 107-158.

_____  1885.  A revision of the Astacidae (Part I.  The genera Cambarus and Astacus).  Memoirs of the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard College10(4): i-vi, 1-186,  10 plates.

_____  1890.  Notes on North American crayfishes, Family Astacidae.  Proceedings of the United States National Museum, 12(4): 619-634.

_____  1898.  Observations on the Astacidae in the United States National Museum and in the Museum of Comparative Zoology, with descriptions of new species.  Proceedings of the United States National Museum20(1136):  643-694, plates 62-70.

_____  1914.  Notes on the crayfishes in the United States National Museum and the Museum of Comparative Zoology, with descriptions of new species and subspecies to which is appended a catalogue of the known species and subspecies.  Memoirs of the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard College40(8): 351-427,  13 plates.

Fitzpatrick, J.F., Jr.  1963.  Geographic variation in the crawfish Faxonella clypeata (Hay) with the definition and defense of the genus Faxonella Creaser (Decapoda: Astacidae).  Tulane Studies in Zoology10(1): 57-79, 20 figures.

_____  1965.  A new subspecies of the crawfish Orconectes leptogonopodus from the Ouachita River drainage in Arkansas.  Tulane Studies in Zoology,  12(3): 87-91,  figures A-J.

_____  1966a.  A new crawfish of the subfamily Cambarinae from Oregon, U.S.A.  (Decapoda: Astacidae).  Crustaceana11 (Part 2): 178-184, 17 figures.

_____  1966b.  A new crawfish of the genus Orconectes from the headwaters of the White River in Arkansas (Decapoda:  Astacidae).  Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington79(21):  145-150,  10 figures.

_____  1967a.  The propinquus group of the crawfish genus Orconectes (Decapoda: Astacidae).  Ohio Journal of Science, 67(3): 129-172, 27 figures.

_____  1967b.  A new crawfish of the cristatus section of the genus Cambarus from Mississippi (Decapoda, Astacidae).  Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington80(25):  163-168, 12 figures.

_____  1968.  A new crawfish of the genus Orconectes from Iowa.  American Midland Naturalist79(2):  507-512,  10 figures.

Fitzpatrick, J.F., Jr. and H.H. Hobbs, Jr.  1971.  A new crawfish of the spiculifer group of the genus Procambarus (Decapoda: Astacidae) from central Mississippi.  Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington84(12): 95-102, 1 figure.

Fitzpatrick, J.F., Jr. and J.F. Payne.  1968.  A new genus and species of crawfish from the southeastern United States (Decapoda: Astacidae).  Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington81(2): 11-22, 12 figures.

Fowler, H.W.  1912.  The Crustacea of New Jersey.  Annual Report of the New Jersey Museum, 1911, Part II, pages 29-650, 150 plates.

Francois, D.D.  1959.  The crayfishes of New Jersey.  Ohio Journal of Science59(2): 108-127, 8 figures.

Hagen, H.A.  1870.  Monograph of the North American Astacidae.  Illustrated Catalogue of the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard College,  No. 3: 1-109,  11 plates.

Hall, E.T., Jr.  1959.  A new crayfish of the genus Cambarus from Alabama (Decapoda: Astacidae).  Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science34(4):  221-225,  9 figures.

Hay, W.P.  1896.  The crawfishes of the state of Indiana.  20th Annual Report of the Department of Geology and Natural Resources of Indiana,  pages 476-506,  15 figures.

Hobbs, H.H. Jr.  1940.  A new crayfish from South Carolina.  Charleston Museum Leaflet,  No. 14: 3-7, 10 figures.

_____  1942a.  A generic revision of the crayfishes of the subfamily Cambarinae (Decapoda: Astacidae) with the description of a new genus and species.  American Midland Naturalist28(2): 334-357,  23 figures.

_____  1942b.  The Crayfishes of Florida.  University of Florida Publications, Biological Science Series3(2): 1-179, 346 figures.

_____  1945a.   The subspecies and intergrades of the Florida burrowing crayfish, Procambarus rogersi (Hobbs).  Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences.  35(8): 247-260,  34 figures.

_____  1945b.  Two new species of crayfishes of the genus Cambarellus from the Gulf coastal states, with a Key to the species of the genus (Decapoda: Astacidae).  American Midland Naturalist34(2): 467-474, 26 figures.

_____  1947a.  Two new crayfishes of the genus Procambarus from Georgia, with notes on Procambarus pubescens (Faxon) (Decapoda: Astacidae).  Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences9(1): 1-18, 32 figures.

_____  1947b.  A key to the crayfishes of the pictus subgroup of the genus Procambarus, with the description of a new subspecies from South Carolina (Decapoda, Astacidae).  Florida Entomologist30(3): 25-31, 12 figures.

_____  1948a.  On the crayfishes of the limosus section of the genus Orconectes (Decapoda:  Astacidae).  Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences38(1): 14-21, 29 figures.

_____  1948b.  A new crayfish of the genus Orconectes from southern Tennessee (Decapoda: Astacidae).  Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington61(15): 85-91,  9 figures.

_____  1949.  A new crayfish of the genus Orconectes from the Nashville Basin.  Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington62(7): 17-24, 10 figures.

_____  1950.   A new crayfish of the genus Cambarellus from Texas (Decapoda: Astacidae).   Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington63(18): 89-96, 17 figures.

_____  1952a.  A new crayfish from Alabama, with notes on Procambarus lecontei (Hagen).  Proceedings of the United States National Museum102(3297): 209-219, 26 figures.

_____  1952b.  A new crayfish of the genus Procambarus from Georgia with a key to the species of the clarkii subgroup (Decapoda: Astacidae).  Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences15(3): 165-174,  14 figures.

_____ 1953a.  Two new crayfishes from the Highland Rim in Tennessee (Decapoda: Astacidae).  Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science28(1): 20-27, 18 figures.

_____  1953b.  A new crayfish of the genus Procambarus from Alabama and Florida (Decapoda: Astacidae).  Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington66(22): 173-178, 10 figures.

_____1953c.  On the ranges of certain crayfishes of the spiculifer group of the genus Procambarus, with the description of a new species (Decapoda: Astacidae).  Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences, 43(12):  412-417,  13 figures.

_____  1954.  A new crayfish from the Upper Coastal Plain of Georgia (Decapoda: Astacidae).  Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences17(2): 110-118, 13 figures.

_____  1955.  A new crayfish of the genus Cambarus from Mississippi.  Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, 68(15): 95-100, 11 figures.

_____  1956a.  A new crayfish of the genus Procambarus from South Carolina (Decapoda: Astacidae).   Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences46(4): 117-121, 17 figures.

_____  1956b.  A new crayfish of the genus Cambarus from North Carolina (Decapoda: Astacidae).  Journal of the Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society72(1): 61-67,  11 figures.

_____  1956c.  A new crayfish of the Extraneus Section of the genus Cambarus with a key to the species of the section (Decapoda: Astacidae).  Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington69(18): 115-122, 11 figures.

_____  1958a.  Two new crayfishes of the genus Procambarus from South Carolina.  Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences48(5): 160-168, 24 figures.

_____  1958b.  Two new crayfishes of the genus Procambarus from South Carolina and Georgia.  Notulae Naturae,  No. 307, 10 pages, 26 figures.

_____  1958c.  The evolutionary history of the Pictus Group of the crayfish genus Procambarus. Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences, 21(1): 71-91, 20 figures.

_____  1959.  (In Edmondson, W.T.) "Fresh-water Biology."  John Wiley and Sons, Inc.,  New York,  pages 883-901, figures 31.18-31.41.

_____  1962.  Notes on the affinities of the members of the Blandingii Section of the crayfish genus Procambarus (Decapoda:  Astacidae).  Tulane Studies in Zoology9(5): 273-293, 72 figures.

_____  1964.  A new cave-dwelling crayfish from the Greenbrier Drainage system, West Virginia (Decapoda: Astacidae).  Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington77(21): 189-194, 10 figures.

_____  1965.  A new crayfish of the genus Cambarus from Tennessee with an emended definition of the genus (Decapoda: Astacidae).  Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington,  78(33): 265-273, 12 figures.

_____  1966.  A new crayfish from Alabama with observations on the Cristatus Section of the genus Cambarus (Decapoda: Astacidae).  Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington,  79(15):  109-116, 10 figures.

_____  1967.  A new crayfish from Alabama caves with notes on the origin of the genera Orconectes and Cambarus (Decapoda: Astacidae).  Proceedings of the United States National Museum123(3621):  1-17, 21 figures.

_____  1968a.  Two new crayfishes of the genus Cambarus from Georgia, Kentucky, and Tennessee (Decapoda:  Astacidae).  Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington81(31): 261-274,  22 figures.

_____  1968b.  Crustacea: Malacostraca.  In Parrish, Fred K.,  Key to Water Quality Indicative Organisms (Southern United States).  Federal Water Pollution Control Administration, Department of Interior, pages K-1--K-36, 32 figures.

_____  1969a.  Procambarus villalobosi, un nuevo cambarino de San Luis Potosí, México (Decapoda: Astacidae).  Anales del Instituto de Biologia, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de México, Serie Ciencia del Mar y Limnologia,  No. 1: 41-46,  11 figures.

_____  1969b.  On the distribution and phylogeny of the crayfish genus CambarusIn Holt, Perry C., Richard L. Hoffman, and C. Willard Hart, Jr.,  The Distributional History of the Biota of the Southern Appalachians,  Part I:  Invertebrates.  Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Research Division Monograph, 1: 93-178, 20 figures.

_____  1969c.  Two new species of the crayfish genus Procambarus (Decapoda: Astacidae) with keys to the members of the Spiculifer Group.  Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington83(24): 329-348,  38 figures.

_____  1970a.  A new crayfish from the Nashville Basin, Tennessee.  Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington83(14): 161-169, 1 figure.

_____  1970b.  New crayfishes of the genus Cambarus from Tennessee and Georgia (Decapoda: Astacidae).  Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington83(23): 241-259, 4 figures.

_____  1971a.  A new crayfish of the genus Procambarus from Mississippi (Decapoda: Astacidae).  Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington83(40):  459-468,  1 figure.

_____  1971b.  New crayfishes of the genus Procambarus from Alabama and Texas (Decapoda: Astacidae).  Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington84(11):  81-84,  2 figures.

_____  1971c.  A new troglobitic crayfish from from Florida.  Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences, 34(2): 114-124, 19 figures.

_____  1972.  The subgenera of the crayfish genus ProcambarusSmithsonian Contributions to Zoology,  No. 117: 1-22, 20 figures.

Hobbs, H.H. Jr. and Thomas C. Barr, Jr.  1960.  The origins and affinities of the troglobitic crayfishes of North America (Decapoda: Astacidae).  I.  The genus CambarusAmerican Midland Naturalist64(1): 12-33, 57 figures.

_____  1972.  The origins and affinities of the troglobitic crayfishes of North America (Decapoda: Astacidae).  II.  The genus OrconectesSmithsonian Contributions to Zoology105:1-84, 16 figures.

Hobbs, H.H., Jr., and M.S. Bedinger.  1964.  A new troglobitic crayfish of the genus Cambarus (Decapoda: Astacidae) from Arkansas with a note on the range of Cambarus cryptodytes Hobbs.  Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington77(3): 9-16, 11 figures.

Hobbs, H.H., Jr., and J.F. Fitzpatrick, Jr.  1970.  A new crayfish of the genus Fallicambarus from Tennessee (Decapoda: Astacidae).  Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington82(64): 829-836, 12 figures.

Hobbs, H.H., Jr., and E.T. Hall, Jr.  1969.  New crayfishes from Georgia (Decapoda: Astacidae).  Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington82(21): 281-294, 24 figures.

Hobbs, H.H., Jr., and C.W. Hart, Jr.  1959.  The freshwater decapod crustaceans of the Apalachicola drainage system in Florida, Southern Alabama, and Georgia.  Bulletin of the Florida State Museum4(5): 145-191, 39 figures.

Hobbs, H.H., Jr., and H.H. Hobbs, III.  1962.  A new crayfish of the genus Cambarus from Georgia (Decapoda: Astacidae).  Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington75(5): 41-45, 10 figures.

Hobbs, H.H., Jr., and L.J. Marchand.  1943.  A contribution toward a knowledge of the crayfishes of the Reelfoot Lake area.  Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science, 18(1): 6-35, 27 figures.

Hobbs, H.H., Jr., and F.O. Perkins. 1967.  A new burrowing crayfish from North Carolina (Decapoda: Astacidae).  Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington80(21): 141-146, 11 figures.

Hobbs, H.H., Jr., and C.S. Shoup. 1947.  Two new crayfishes (Decapoda: Astacidae) from the Obey River drainage in Tennessee.  Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science, 22(2):  138-145, 22 figures.

Hobbs, H.H., Jr., and A. Villalobos.  1964.  Los Cambarinos de Cuba.  Anales del Instituto de Biología de la Universidad Nacional Autonoma de México84(1y2): 307-366, 40 figures.

Hobbs, H.H., Jr., and M. Walton.  1957.  Three new crayfishes from Alabama and Mississippi (Decapoda: Astacidae).  Tulane Studies in Zoology,  5(3): 39-52, 34 figures.

_____  1958.  Procambarus pearsei plumimanus, a new crayfish from North Carolina (Decapoda: Astacidae).  Journal of the Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society74(1): 7-12, 13 figures.

_____  1959.  A new crayfish of the genus Procambarus from Alabama (Decapoda: Astacidae).  Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington72(10): 39-44, 12 figures.

_____  1960.  A new crayfish of the genus Procambarus from southern Alabama (Decapoda: Astacidae).  Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington73(20): 123-129,  11 figures.

James, H.A.  1966.  Range and variations of subspecies of Cambarus longulus (Decapoda: Astacidae).  Proceedings of the United States National Museum119(3544):  1-24, 2 figures, 1 plate.

LeConte, J.  1856.  Descriptions of new species of Astacus from Georgia.  Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia7: 400-402.

Marlow, G.  1960.  The subspecies of Cambarus diogenesAmerican Midland Naturalist64(1): 229-250, 8 figures.

Meredith, W.G. and F.J. Schwartz.  1960.  Maryland crayfishes.  Maryland Department of Research and Education, Educational Series,  No. 46: 1-32, 17 figures.

Newcombe, C.L.  1929.  The crayfishes of West Virginia.  Ohio Journal of Science29(6):  267-288, 1 figure.

Ortmann, A.E.  1905a.  The mutual affinities of the species of the genus Cambarus, and their dispersal over the United States.  Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society44(180): 91-136, plate III.

_____  1905b.  Procambarus, a new subgenus of the genus CambarusAnnals of the Carnegie Museum3(3): 435-442, 3 figures.

_____  1906.  The crawfishes of the state of Pennsylvania.  Memoirs of the Carnegie Museum,  2(10):  343-523, 5 plates.

_____  1931.  Crawfishes of the Southern Appalachians and the Cumberland Plateau.  Annals of the Carnegie Museum20(2):  61-160.

Penn, G.H., Jr.  1943.  A study of the life history of the Louisiana red-crawfish, Cambarus clarkii Girard.   Ecology24(1): 1-18, 4 figures.

_____  1950.  A new crawfish of the genus Orconectes from Louisiana (Decapoda: Astacidae).  Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences40(5): 166-169,  9 figures.

_____  1952.  The genus Orconectes in Louisiana (Decapoda: Astacidae).  American Midland Naturalist47(3): 743-748.

_____  1953a.  A redescription of the crawfish Procambarus hinei (Ortmann) (Decapoda: Astacidae).  Tulane Studies in Zoology1(5): 63-68, 15 figures.

_____  1953b.  A new burrowing crawfish of the genus Procambarus from Louisiana and Mississippi (Decapoda: Astacidae).  Tulane Studies in Zoology1(6):  71-76, 12 figures.

_____  1954.  Introductions of American crawfishes into foreign lands.  Ecology35(2): 296.

_____  1956a.  A new crawfish of the genus Procambarus from Arkansas (Crustacea: Astacidae).  Lloydia19(2):  109-119, 17 figures.

_____  1956b.  The genus Procambarus in Louisiana (Decapoda: Astacidae).  American Midland Naturalist,  6(2): 406-422

_____  1957.  Variation and subspecies of the crawfish Orconectes palmeri (Faxon) (Decapoda: Astacidae).  Tulane Studies in Zoology, 5(10): 231-262,  30 figures.

_____  1959.  An illustrated key to the crawfishes of Louisiana, with a summary of their distribution within the state (Decapoda: Astacidae).  Tulane Studies in Zoology, 7(1): 1-20, 86 figures.

_____  1962.  A new crawfish of the Hinei Section of the genus Procambarus (Decapoda, Astacidae).  Crustaceana, 3(Part 3):  222-226, 11 figures.

_____  1963.  A new crawfish from the Hatchie River in Mississippi and Tennessee (Decapoda: Astacidae).  Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington76(15): 121-126,  10 figures.

Penn, G.H., Jr., and H.H. Hobbs, Jr.  1958.  A contribution toward a knowledge of the crawfishes of Texas (Decapoda, Astacidae).  Texas Journal of Science, 10(4): 452-483,  68 figures.

Penn, G.H., Jr., and G. Marlow.  1959.  The genus Cambarus in Louisiana.  American Midland Naturalist61(1):  191-203, 14 figures.

Prins, R.  1968.  A new crawfish of the genus Cambarus from North Carolina (Decapoda: Astacidae).  Journal of the Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society84(4):  458-461,  11 figures.

Prins, R. and J.F. Fitzpatrick, Jr.  1965.  The first-form male of Orconectes bisectus Rhoades, a poorly know Kentucky crawfish.  American Midland Naturalist74(1):  141-147, 12 figures.

Prins, R. and H.H. Hobbs, Jr.  1972.  A new crayfish of the subgenus Puncticambarus from the Savannah River drainage with notes on Cambarus (P.) reburrus Prins (Decapoda: Astacidae).  Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington84(47): 411-420.

Reimer, R.D.  1966.  Two new species of the genus Cambarus from Arkansas (Decapoda: Astacidae).  Tulane Studies in Zoology13(1):  9-15, 18 figures.

_____  1969.  A report on the crawfishes (Decapoda: Astacidae) of Oklahoma.  Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Sciences48: 49-65,  46 figures.

Rhoades, R.  1941a.  The distribution of Cambarus sloanii Bundy in Ohio.  Ohio Journal of Sciences41(2): 93-98, 6 figures.

_____  1941b.  Notes on some crayfishes from Alabama caves, with the description of a new species and a new subspecies.  Proceedings of the United States National Museum91(3129): 141-148,  2 figures.

_____  1944a.  The crayfishes of Kentucky, with notes on variation, distribution and descriptions of new species and subspecies.  American Midland Naturalist31(1):  111-149, 10 figures.

_____  1944b.  Further studies on distribution and taxonomy of Ohio crayfishes.  Ohio Journal of Science44(2): 95-99.

_____  1962.  The evolution of crayfishes of the genus Orconectes section Limosus (Crustacea: Decapoda).  Ohio Journal of Science62(2): 65-96, 8 figures.

Riegel, J.A.  1959.  The systematics and distribution of crayfishes in California.  California Fish and Game45(1): 29-50,  10 figures.

Schwartz, F.J.,  R. Rubelmann, and J. Allison.  1963.  Ecological population expansion of the introduced crayfish, Orconectes virilisOhio Journal of Science63(6):  266-273,  4 figures.

Turner, C.L.  1926.  The crayfishes of Ohio.  Ohio State University Bulletin30(11): 145-195, 51 figures.

Villalobos, A.  1955.  Cambarinos de la fauna mexicana.  Tesis, Facultad de Ciencias.  Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, 290 pages, 62 plates.

_____  1959.  Estudios de los cambarinos mexicanos.  XIV Estudio comparativo de las especias mexicanas del subgroupo blandingiiAnales del Instituto de Biología, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México29(1y2): 303-327, 7 plates.

Walls, J.G.  1969.  A new Faxonella from northeast Louisiana (Decapoda: Astacidae).  Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington,  81(41): 413-418,  9 figures.

Williams, Austin B.  1954a.  Speciation and distribution of the crayfishes of the Ozark Plateaus and Ouachita Provinces.  University of Kansas Science Bulletin, 36(12):  803-918,  253 figures.

_____  1954b.  An explanation for the distribution of a North American crayfish.  Ecology35(4): 573-575,  1 figure.

Williams, A.B., and A.B. Leonard.  1952.  The crayfishes of Kansas.  University of Kansas Science Bulletin34(15):  961-1012, 7 plates, 8 figures.

Williamson, E.B.  1907.  Notes on the crayfish of Wells County, Indiana, with description of a new species.  31st Annual Report of the Department of Geology and Natural Resources of Indiana1906, pp. 749-763,  1 plate.


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