Morphology of the mandible in holarctic crayfishes (Decapoda: Astacidae
and Cambaridae): ecological and phylogenetic implications.
Observations on the Astacidae
in the United States National Museum and in the Museum of Comparative Zoology, with descriptions of new species.
Two families, Astacidae
and Cambaridae, are native to North America and include about 408 species and subspecies, representing about 77% of the global species diversity in North America (Taylor 2002).
A revision of the Astacidae
, Part I: The genera Cambarus and Astacus.
Esta condicion ha sido reportada tambien para otros decapodos como Astacidae
(Rudolph, 1997; Zou & Fingerman, 2000; Pinn et al.
The North American crayfish belong to two families, Astacidae
and Cambaridae with all members east of the Mississippi River belong to the family Cambaridae (Hobbs 1974a).