Cambaridae


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Cambaridae

[kam′bär·ə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
A family of crayfishes belonging to the section Macrura in the crustacean order Decapoda.
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2011), then freshwater species, including the crayfish families such as Astacidae, Cambaridae.
They also share some biological characteristics of all freshwater astacids (Families Astacidae, Cambaridae and Parastacidae) such as: low fecundity, direct development with hatching in the juvenile stage, extended parental care up to the second juvenile stage, as well as omnivorous feeding habits (Rudolph & Rojas, 2003; Rudolph, 2013).
Male crayfish of the family Cambaridae (including all Tennessee species) exhibit a cycle of dimorphism in which they alternate from a reproductively active stale in which their gonads have longer, more pointed terminal elements (form I) to a reproductively inactive state in which the gonads have shorter, more blunt terminal elements (form II) (Taylor and Schuster.
These studies suggest that the ranges of chromosome number in freshwater crayfish families (Astacidae, Cambaridae, and Parastacidae) are larger than that reported for palaemonoid prawn (Table 2).
Resultados de las evaluaciones realizadas ante la introduccion a Colombia de Procambarus clarkii y Cherax quadricarinatus (Decapoda: Cambaridae, Parastacidae).
Almost all crayfish in the United States occur east of the Continental Divide and comprise the family Cambaridae (335 taxa), primarily in the genera Cambarus, Procambarus, and Orconectes.
Freshwater crayfish aquaculture in North America, Europe, and Australia: families Astacidae, Cambaridae and Para-stacidae.
Global diversity of crayfish (Astacidae, Cambaridae, and Parastacidae-Decapoda) in freshwater.
New locality records of freshwater decapods from Mexico (Crustacea: Atyidae, Cambaridae, and Palaemonidae).
Items found in samples were weighed, examined under a dissecting microscope, and classified as fish, Cambaridae, hemiptera, Coleoptera, Odonata, diptera, Collembola, emphemeroptera, Trichoptera, Bivalvia, vegetation, or other.