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An assessment of freshwater crayfish (genusEuastacus) versus IUCN Red List criteria. Ongoing.

Griffith University
James Furse (Managed by)
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Brief description

Reviewed the published literature for each of the 49 species of Euastacus, summarising biological and ecological information, and identified and evaluated known and potential threats. Assessment is ongoing as new species are described.

Full description

Topographical maps, remote imaging, and a Geographical Information System were used to examine and estimate the Extent Of Occurrence (EOO, in km2) for each species.

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Biological and ecological information, and identified and evaluated known and potential threats for 49 species of Euastacus.

Data time period: 2009

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Spatial Coverage And Location

text: Logan-Albert catchmentHeadwater streams within Logan-Albert catchment

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