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A beautiful crayfish (Cambarus speciosus) at the West Liberty University Crayfish Conservation Lab in West Liberty, West Virginia.

This species was collected at Cartecay River, Gilmer County, Georgia.

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A beautiful crayfish (Cambarus speciosus) at the West Liberty University Crayfish Conservation Lab in West Liberty, West Virginia.

This species was collected at Cartecay River, Gilmer County, Georgia.

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A moccasin crayfish (Cambarus longirostris) at the West Liberty University Crayfish Conservation Lab in West Liberty, West Virginia.
This species was collected at Copper Creek, Scott County, Virginia.
The unusual shape of this species’ claw (chela) functions to serve as a hydrofoil, keeping the animal securely pinned to the bottom of the stream when the chela is positioned in a certain way.

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A moccasin crayfish (Cambarus longirostris) at the West Liberty University Crayfish Conservation Lab in West Liberty, West Virginia.
This species was collected at Copper Creek, Scott County, Virginia.
The unusual shape of this species’ claw (chela) functions to serve as a hydrofoil, keeping the animal securely pinned to the bottom of the stream when the chela is positioned in a certain way.

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Two Keowee crayfish (Cambarus prinsi) at the West Liberty University Crayfish Conservation Lab in West Liberty, Virginia.

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A Keowee crayfish (Cambarus prinsi) at the West Liberty University Crayfish Conservation Lab in West Liberty, Virginia.

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An Appalachian brook crayfish (Cambarus bartonii) at the West Liberty University Crayfish Conservation Lab in West Liberty, Virginia.

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An Appalachian brook crayfish (Cambarus bartonii) at the West Liberty University Crayfish Conservation Lab in West Liberty, Virginia.

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An Appalachian brook crayfish (Cambarus bartonii) at the West Liberty University Crayfish Conservation Lab in West Liberty, Virginia.

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Two Hiwassee headwater crayfish (Cambarus parrishi) at the West Liberty University Crayfish Conservation Lab in West Liberty, Virginia.

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Two Hiwassee headwater crayfish (Cambarus parrishi) at the West Liberty University Crayfish Conservation Lab in West Liberty, Virginia.

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A Hiwassee Crayfish (Cambarus hiwasseensis) at the West Liberty University Crayfish Conservation Lab in West Liberty, Virginia.

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A Hiwassee Crayfish (Cambarus hiwasseensis) at the West Liberty University Crayfish Conservation Lab in West Liberty, Virginia.

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An Etowah crayfish (Cambarus fasciatus) at the West Liberty University Crayfish Conservation Lab in West Liberty, Virginia.

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An Etowah crayfish (Cambarus fasciatus) at the West Liberty University Crayfish Conservation Lab in West Liberty, Virginia.

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Three Coosawattee crayfish (Cambarus coosawattae) at the West Liberty University Crayfish Conservation Lab in West Liberty, Virginia.

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An Everglades blue crayfish (Procambarus alleni) at the Audubon Insectarium, part of the Audubon Nature Institute.

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An Everglades blue crayfish (Procambarus alleni) at the Audubon Insectarium, part of the Audubon Nature Institute.

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A bleeding heart tetra (Hyphessobrycon erythrostigma) at the Institute of Marine Mammal Studies (IMMS) at Gulfport, MS. This animal is part of their public education area.

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A bleeding heart tetra (Hyphessobrycon erythrostigma) at the Institute of Marine Mammal Studies (IMMS) at Gulfport, MS. This animal is part of their public education area.

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A green terror (Andinoacara rivulatus) at the Institute of Marine Mammal Studies (IMMS) at Gulfport, MS. This animal is part of their public education area.

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A green terror (Andinoacara rivulatus) at the Institute of Marine Mammal Studies (IMMS) at Gulfport, MS. This animal is part of their public education area.

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A green terror (Andinoacara rivulatus) at the Institute of Marine Mammal Studies (IMMS) at Gulfport, MS. This animal is part of their public education area.

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A green terror (Andinoacara rivulatus) at the Institute of Marine Mammal Studies (IMMS) at Gulfport, MS. This animal is part of their public education area.

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An endangered gilt darter (Percina evides) at the Center for Aquatic Mollusk Programs in Lake City, Minnesota.

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An endangered gilt darter (Percina evides) at the Center for Aquatic Mollusk Programs in Lake City, Minnesota.

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An endangered gilt darter (Percina evides) at the Center for Aquatic Mollusk Programs in Lake City, Minnesota.

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A grass carp (Ctenopharyngodon idella) at the Schramm Education Center near Gretna, NE.

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A grass carp (Ctenopharyngodon idella) at the Schramm Education Center near Gretna, NE.

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A grass carp (Ctenopharyngodon idella) at the Schramm Education Center near Gretna, NE.

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A grass carp (Ctenopharyngodon idella) at the Schramm Education Center near Gretna, NE.

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A silver carp (Hypophthalmichthys molitrix) at the Schramm Education Center near Gretna, NE.

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A silver carp (Hypophthalmichthys molitrix) at the Schramm Education Center near Gretna, NE.

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A silver carp (Hypophthalmichthys molitrix) at the Schramm Education Center near Gretna, NE.

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A silver carp (Hypophthalmichthys molitrix) at the Schramm Education Center near Gretna, NE.

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A bighead carp (Hypophthalmichthys nobilis) at the Schramm Education Center near Gretna, NE.

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