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A group of juvenile Appalachian monkeyface mussel (Theliderma sparsa) from the Powell River, Tennessee photographed at the Aquatic Wildlife Conservation Center in Marion, Virginia. This species is listed as Critically Endangered by the IUCN.

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A group of juvenile Appalachian monkeyface mussel (Theliderma sparsa) from the Powell River, Tennessee photographed at the Aquatic Wildlife Conservation Center in Marion, Virginia. This species is listed as Critically Endangered by the IUCN.

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An Appalachian monkeyface mussel (Theliderma sparsa) from the Powell River, Tennessee photographed at the Aquatic Wildlife Conservation Center in Marion, Virginia. This species is listed as Critically Endangered by the IUCN.

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An Appalachian monkeyface mussel (Theliderma sparsa) from the Powell River, Tennessee photographed at the Aquatic Wildlife Conservation Center in Marion, Virginia. This species is listed as Critically Endangered by the IUCN.

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A tuckasegee stream crayfish (Cambarus tuckasegee) at the Marion Conservation Aquaculture Center.

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A tuckasegee stream crayfish (Cambarus tuckasegee) at the Marion Conservation Aquaculture Center.

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A little Tennessee crayfish (Cambarus georgiae) at the Marion Conservation Aquaculture Center.

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A little Tennessee crayfish (Cambarus georgiae) at the Marion Conservation Aquaculture Center.

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A Valley River crayfish (Cambarus brimleyorum) at the Marion Conservation Aquaculture Center. This individual was collected from the Valley River in North Carolina.

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A Valley River crayfish (Cambarus brimleyorum) at the Marion Conservation Aquaculture Center. This individual was collected from the Valley River in North Carolina.

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A Hiwassee crayfish (Cambarus hiwasseensis) at the Marion Conservation Aquaculture Center.

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A Hiwassee crayfish (Cambarus hiwasseensis) at the Marion Conservation Aquaculture Center.

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INV005-00148

A French broad crayfish (Cambarus reburrus) at the Marion Conservation Aquaculture Center. This individual was collected from the French Broad River in NC.

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A French broad crayfish (Cambarus reburrus) at the Marion Conservation Aquaculture Center. This individual was collected from the French Broad River in NC.

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A North Carolina spiny crayfish (Faxonius carolinensis) at the Marion Conservation Aquaculture Center.

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A North Carolina spiny crayfish (Faxonius carolinensis) at the Marion Conservation Aquaculture Center.

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A Pedmont prairie burrowing crayfish (Distocambarus crockeri) at the Marion Conservation Aquaculture Center. This individual was collected in South Carolina.

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A Pedmont prairie burrowing crayfish (Distocambarus crockeri) at the Marion Conservation Aquaculture Center. This individual was collected in South Carolina.

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A sandhills crayfish (Procambarus pearsei) at the Marion Conservation Aquaculture Center. This individual was collected in South Carolina.

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A sandhills crayfish (Procambarus pearsei) at the Marion Conservation Aquaculture Center. This individual was collected in South Carolina.

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A South Mountains crayfish (Cambarus franklini) at the Marion Conservation Aquaculture Center. This individual was collected from the Henry Fork River, NC.

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A South Mountains crayfish (Cambarus franklini) at the Marion Conservation Aquaculture Center. This individual was collected from the Henry Fork River, NC.

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A bluehead chub (Nocomis leptocephalus) at the Marion Conservation Aquaculture Center. This individual is from the Little River, Yadkin-PeeDee River system, NC.

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Two bluehead chubs (Nocomis leptocephalus) at the Marion Conservation Aquaculture Center. These individuals are from the Little River, Yadkin-PeeDee River system, NC.

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Two bluehead chubs (Nocomis leptocephalus) at the Marion Conservation Aquaculture Center. These individuals are from the Little River, Yadkin-PeeDee River system, NC.

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Two bluehead chubs (Nocomis leptocephalus) at the Marion Conservation Aquaculture Center. These individuals are from the Little River, Yadkin-PeeDee River system, NC.

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An eastern creek chubsucker (Erimyzon oblongus) at the Marion Conservation Aquaculture Center. This individual was collected from Bear Creek, NC.

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An eastern creek chubsucker (Erimyzon oblongus) at the Marion Conservation Aquaculture Center. This individual was collected from Bear Creek, NC.

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An eastern creek chubsucker (Erimyzon oblongus) at the Marion Conservation Aquaculture Center. This individual was collected from Bear Creek, NC.

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An eastern creek chubsucker (Erimyzon oblongus) at the Marion Conservation Aquaculture Center. This individual was collected from Bear Creek, NC.

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Two mottled sculpins (Cottus bairdii) at the Marion Conservation Aquaculture Center.

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Two mottled sculpins (Cottus bairdii) at the Marion Conservation Aquaculture Center.

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Two mottled sculpins (Cottus bairdii) at the Marion Conservation Aquaculture Center.

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A margined madtom (Noturus insignis) at the Marion Conservation Aquaculture Center. This individual was collected from PaddyÕs Creek, part of the Catawba River, NC.

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A margined madtom (Noturus insignis) at the Marion Conservation Aquaculture Center. This individual was collected from PaddyÕs Creek, part of the Catawba River, NC.

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A margined madtom (Noturus insignis) at the Marion Conservation Aquaculture Center. This individual was collected from PaddyÕs Creek, part of the Catawba River, NC.

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