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From Missouri Conservationist: Mar 2000

Bristly cave crayfish (Cambarus setosus)

Ranging from the Springfield area into northeastern Oklahoma, the bristly cave crayfish is one of three or, possibly, four species of cave adapted crayfish in Missouri. Never abundant, they are usually found in caves with the endangered Ozark cavefish. All species of cave crayfish are vulnerable to groundwater pollution and disturbance.

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