Title

Although long overshadowed by the popularity of Maine lobster, there are three s

Authors

David Svenson

Source

Portland Monthly

Date

6-2012

Additional Date Information

Summerguide 2012

Pages

121-123

Abstract

Although long overshadowed by the popularity of Maine lobster, there are three species of crayfish that are native to Maine: the Spinycheek, the Appalachian Brook, and the Virile. In addition, four species of non-native crayfish can now be found in Maine lakes: White River, Rusty, Red Swamp, and Obscure.

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