Table Bc03: Summary of Missouri Department of Conservation crayfish collection database for collections within the Spring River

Table Bc03: Summary of Missouri Department of Conservation crayfish collection database for collections within the Spring River Tributaries Watershed (MDC 1988 and MDC 1998c).
Stream Date Site Cambarus hubbsi Orconectes eupunctus Orconectes marchandi
Warm Fork 13 Nov. 1985 2202E 23 - 24
Warm Fork 17 July, 1985 2202D 17 - 33
Warm Fork 18 Sep. 1984 2202C - - 48
West Fork 18 Sep. 1984 2220D 5 39 -
West Fork 22 Mar. 1984 2220C 7 4 -
South Fork 27 Mar. 1985 2199C - - -
BASIN TOTALS* 52 (8.3) 43 (6.8) 105 (16.7)
Warm Fork 13 Nov. 1985 2202E 19 60
Warm Fork 17 July, 1985 2202D 7 28
Warm Fork 18 Sep. 1984 2202C 4 47
West Fork 18 Sep. 1984 2220D 66 9
West Fork 22 Mar. 1984 2220C 34 5
South Fork 27 Mar. 1985 2199C 132 18
BASIN TOTALS* 262 (41.7) 167 (26.5)

*Percent of total collected in watershed given in parentheses

Note: Two species which occur within the Spring River Tributaries aren’t currently included in the database. These are the Salem Cave Crayfish, Cambarus hubrichti and the northern crayfish, Orconectes virilis (Pflieger 1996).

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