of Texas - Crayfish Species Checklist.
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).
Albaugh DW and Black JB (1973). A new crawfish of the genus Cambarellus from Texas, with new Texas distributional records for the genus (Decapoda, Astacidae). Southwestern Naturalist 18:177-185.
Hobbs Jr. HH (1990). On the crayfishes (Decapoda: Cambaridae) of the Neches River basin of eastern Texas with the descriptions of three new species. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 103:573-597.
Johnson DP (2008). Descriptions of two new crayfishes of the genus Fallicambarus from southeast Texas with notes on the distribution of F. (F.) macneesei. Zootaxa 1717:1–23.
Johnson DP (2010). Four new crayfishes (Decapoda: Cambaridae) of the genus Orconectes from Texas. ZooTaxa 2626:1-45.
Johnson DP (2011). Fallicambarus (F.) wallsi (Decapoda: Cambaridae), an new burrowing crayfish from eastern Texas. Zootaxa 2939: 59-68.
Johnson DP (2011). Procambarus (Ortmannicus) luxus (Decapoda: Cambaridae), a new crayfish from southern Texas. Zootaxa 2972: 59-68.
Johnson SK and Johnson NK (2008). Texas Crawdads. Crawdad Club Designs. College Station, Texas. ISBN: 978-0-9801103-0-2.
Penn GH and Hobbs Jr. HH (1958). A contribution toward a knowledge of the crawfishes of Texas (Decapoda: Astacidae). Texas Journal of Science 10:452-483.
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