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Marmorkrebs, or marbled crayfish, are parthenogenetic crayfish that were discovered in the pet trade in Germany in the 1990s. Marmorkrebs are closely related to the "slough crayfish", Procambarus fallax. P. fallax is widely distributed across Florida, but no natural populations of marmorkrebs are known. Information provided by one of the original pet traders as to where the marmorkrebs originated was deemed "totally confusing and unreliable". Marmorkrebs is German for "marbled crayfish". -Wikipedia
Spotted on Nov 9, 2012
Submitted on Jun 20, 2013
Thanks guys went for a search and think is a marbled crayfish if not we'll see if u guys are right... but thanks for the input :)
It's a crawfish
A kind of lobster I guess?