Environmental Research Center, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Red swamp crayfish (Procambarus clarkii) were trapped in Flamingo Wash, an urban wash of Las Vegas, during four periods of 1988. Life history and reproductive success were determined. The trapped crayfish were marked and released into a study cove in Lake Mead as part of an experimental stocking program. Retrap data from the study cove were used to determine life history, habitat preferences, and movement patterns of the stocked crayfish. In addition, a literature search was done on red swamp crayfish ecology, including food preferences, life history, habitat preferences and fish predation.
Fisheries; Freshwater fishes; Lake Mead (Ariz. and Nev.); Red swamp crayfish
Aquaculture and Fisheries | Biology | Environmental Monitoring | Fresh Water Studies | Natural Resources Management and Policy | Terrestrial and Aquatic Ecology | Water Resource Management
Leavitt, S. E.,
Haley, J. S.,
Baepler, D. H.,
Nevada Department of Wildlife
Red swamp crayfish ecology in Lake Mead.
Available at: https://digitalscholarship.unlv.edu/water_pubs/96
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