Superorder Eucarida - Eucarida (Crabs, Crayfish, Shrimp, etc.)
Ecological niche modeling and field surveys for the Kisatchie painted crayfish, Orconectes maleate [sic].By Williams, et al.
Report to Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Austin. Pgs. 1-10., 2014
Williams, L.R., M.G. Williams, J. Banta, J. Hernandez, L. Brown, & J. Placyk. 2014. Ecological niche modeling and field surveys for the Kisatchie painted crayfish, Orconectes maleate
[sic]. USFWS SWG Contract #447170. Final Report Submitted to Texas Parks and Wildlife Dept., Austin, TX. October 2014. 10 pp.
[Note: correct spelling is: Orconectes maletae
The Kisatchie Painted Crayfish has few historic records and is endemic to northeast Texas and western Louisiana. Most specimens have been collected in the Kisatchie Bayou drainage in Louisiana and the Cypress Creek drainage in Texas (Walls 1985). This species has historically been collected both in small, sandy streams and large, silty rivers. Little is known about the habitat requirements of this species. A thorough literature review turned up no peer-reviewed publication on the ecology or population genetics of this species. [snip]
The benthic and pelagic habitats of the red crab, Pleuroncodes planipes.By Boyd, C.M.
Pacific Science 21(3): 394-403., 1967
Boyd, C.M. (1967) The benthic and pelagic habitats of the red crab, Pleuroncodes planipes
. Pacific Science 21(3): 394-403.
Burrowing Crayfish of Indiana, Final reportBy Roger F. Thoma, Brian J. Armitage
Indiana Department of Natural Resources, 2008
An updated classification of the freshwater crayfishes (Decapoda: Astacidea) of the world, with a complete species listBy Crandall K.A., De Grave S.
J. Crustac. Biol. 37: 615–653, 2017
A review of the troglobitic decapod crustaceans of the AmericasBy H. H. Hobbs, Jr., H. H. Hobbs, III, and M.A. Daniel
Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology, no. 244, 1977
A classification of living and fossil genera of decapod crustaceans.By Sammy De Grave; N. Dean Pentcheff; Shane T. Ahyong; et al.
Raffles Bulletin of Zoology. Suppl. 21: 1–109., 2009
Sammy De Grave; N. Dean Pentcheff; Shane T. Ahyong; et al. (2009). A classification of living and fossil genera of decapod crustaceans. Raffles Bulletin of Zoology. Suppl. 21: 1–109.
ABSTRACT. – We present an updated classification for the entire Crustacea Decapoda, listing all known families and genera organized by higher taxonomic groups and including estimates of the number of species in every genus. All taxonomic names are also linked to the verified literature in which they were described, the first compilation of its kind for the Decapoda. To arrive at this compilation, we began with the classification scheme provided by Martin & Davis (2001) for extant families, updated the higher classification and included the fossil taxa. The resultant framework was then populated with the currently valid genera and an estimate of species numbers within each genus. Our resulting classification, spanning both extant (living) and fossil taxa, is the first comprehensive estimate of taxonomic diversity within the entire Decapoda. The classification consists of 233 families of decapods containing 2,725 genera and an estimated 17,635 species (including both extant and fossil species). Of the families in our classification, 53 are exclusively fossil, 109 contain both fossil and extant species, and 71 are extant only. The current estimate for extant species is 14,756, whereas 2,979 species are known exclusively as fossils.