Status Survey for the Greensboro Burrowing Crayfish

A survey in North Carolina was undertaken to determine the distribution and relative abundance of the Greensboro burrowing crayfish (Cambarus catagius). Public input was solicited for search locations and a methodology was devised to capture the species. The species was collected at 16 locations in North Carolina from Greensboro to Lexington and southeast to the Uwharrie National Forest. Many other observational data on the species, its habitat, and its relative abundance were also collected.

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