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Photo#430935
Crayfish - Cambarus robustus

Crayfish - Cambarus robustus
Wilket Creek, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
July 22, 2010
Size: 7-8 cm approx
Found deceased in the creek so I was able to get several pictures.

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Crayfish - Cambarus robustus Crayfish - Cambarus robustus

Moved
Moved from Cambarus.

Moved
Moved from Orconectes.

Orconectes
I don't think this is Orconectes. Based on the carapace, rostrum and chelae, I'd say it's a species of Cambarus, probably diogenes or bartonii. Given the habitat (stream), I'd go with bartonii. But it's still a bit of guesswork IDing from photos.

Moved
Moved from Crayfishes.

Looks like Orconectes, I'm not quite sure which species though.

not a clue which species,
but I'm anxious to learn more about these. I figured it would be more likely to get noticed with the other Crayfish than in ID request.

Moved from ID Request.

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