This small crayfish is a subdued mottled brown, with a prominent black band crossing the carapace near its junction with the abdomen. The body is stout, and the pincers are broad and powerful. It is found in the Neosho stream drainage of southwestern Missouri and northwestern Arkansas.
This crayfish, found in the White and Black stream systems, is light brown to reddish-brown with numerous black specks on the pincers and often on the abdomen as well. The pincers are broad and powerful.
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