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Wikipedia Abstract

Distocambarus is a genus of freshwater crayfish endemic to the United States. It contains five species, two of which are on the IUCN Red List: \n* Distocambarus carlsoni Hobbs, 1983 \n* Distocambarus crockeri Hobbs & Carlson, 1983 \n* Distocambarus devexus (Hobbs, 1981) – Vulnerable \n* Distocambarus hunteri Fitzpatrick & Eversole, 1997 \n* Distocambarus youngineri Hobbs & Carlson, 1985 – Vulnerable
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Distocambarus carlsoni (mimic crayfish)
Distocambarus crockeri (Piedmont Prairie Burrowing Crayfish)
Distocambarus devexus (Broad River Burrowing Crayfish)
Distocambarus hunteri (Saluda Burrowing Crayfish) (Vulnerable)
Distocambarus youngineri (Newberry Burrowing Crayfish) (Vulnerable)

External References

Species taxanomy provided by GBIF Secretariat (2022). GBIF Backbone Taxonomy. Checklist dataset accessed via on 2023-06-13; License: CC BY 4.0