Cambarus


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Noun1.Cambarus - a genus of AstacidaeCambarus - a genus of Astacidae      
arthropod genus - a genus of arthropods
American crayfish - common large crayfishes of eastern North America
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Two crayfishes, Cambarus bartoni and Cambarus hiwasseensis.
Filtration feeding in Orconectes propinquus and Cambarus robustus (Decapoda, Cambaridae).
The species targeted in the surveys were Cambarus (Depressicambarus) cymatilis, C.
Attraction of crayfishes Procambarus clarkii, Orconectes rusticus and Cambarus bartoni to a feeding stimulant and its suppression by a blend of metals.
To cite some examples, the well-known increase in glucose and lactate levels in hemolymph could be considered after exposure to atmospheric air in Cancer pagurus (Webster, 1996), Carcinus maenas, and Orconectes limosus (Santos & Keller, 1993), as well as in Cambarus robustus (Telford, 1974).
yalobushensis was also negatively correlated with CPUE of three crayfishes: Cambarus striatus, Faxonius etnieri (formerly, Orconectes etnieri, see Crandall and DeGrave, 2017), and Procambarus hayi (Table 6).
CAMBARUS HIWASSEENSIS**, Samuel Flagg*, William Moon and Johnathan
The presence of substantial concentrations of cadmium in the exoskeleton of some decapod crustaceans (e.g., the crayfish Cambarus bartoni) can be attributed to the involvement of this tissue in the excretion of these metals (Keenan and Alikhan, 1991).
We included samples from the genera Cambarus and Orconectes to serve as outgroups.
Dunham, "Initiation and outcome of agonistic contests in male form I Cambarus robustus girard, 1852 crayfish (Decapoda, Cambaridae)," Crustaceana, vol.