Back to State Map ! State of South Carolina - Crayfish Species Checklist.

Georgia North Carolina


(KEY: E= Endangered; E*= Endangered, Possibly Extinct; T= Threatened; SC= Special Concern; CS =
  Currently Stable.  Parentheses ( ) around the status indicate possible or known introductions and a ()
   indicates a species complex currently under investigation).

Species Status
  1.  Cambarus acuminatus  CS
  2.  Cambarus asperimanus CS
  3.  Cambarus bartonii bartonii CS
  4.   Cambarus carolinus CS
  5.  Cambarus chaugaensis E
  6.  Cambarus diogenes  CS
  7.  Cambarus hobbsorum ?
  8.  Cambarus latimanus CS
  9.  Cambarus longirostris CS
10.  Cambarus nodosus CS
11.  Cambarus reduncus CS
12.  Cambarus reflexus CS
13.  Cambarus (Cambarus) sp. A ?
14.  Cambarus (Puncticambarus) sp. C ?
15.  Cambarus spicatus T
16.  Cambarus striatus CS
17.  Distocambarus carlsoni SC
18.   Distocambarus crockeri SC
19.  Distocambarus hunteri ?
20.  Distocambarus youngineri E
21.  Fallicambarus fodiens ?
22.  Faxonella clypeata CS
23.  Procambarus acutus acutus  CS
24.  Procambarus ancylus CS
25.  Procambarus barbatus CS
26.  Procambarus blandingii CS
27.  Procambarus braswelli ?
28.  Procambarus chacei ?
29.  Procambarus clarkii (CS)
30.  Procambarus echinatus SC
31.  Procambarus enoplosternum CS
32.  Procambarus hirsutus CS
33.  Procambarus lepidodactylus  CS
34.  Procambarus lunzi CS
35.  Procambarus pearsei CS
36.  Procambarus pubescens CS
37.  Procambarus raneyi CS
38.  Procambarus spiculifer  CS
39.  Procambarus troglodytes CS
Possibilities (occur across the Savannah River in Georgia)  
40.  Procambarus pygmaeus ?
41.  Procambarus truculentus ?
List created by John Cooper.

Links:
South Carolina Department of Natural Resources


References:

Eversole, A.G.  1995.  Distribution of the three rare crayfish species in South Carolina.  Freshwater Crayfish  8: 113-120.

Hobbs III, H.H.,  J.H. Thorp, and G.E. Anderson.  1976.  The freshwater decapod crustaceans (Palaemonidae, Cambaridae) of the Savannah River Plant, South Carolina.  Savannah River Plant, National Environmental Research Park Program.


Last Updated:  29 January 2008
James W. Fetzner Jr.