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Cangrejo americano. Red swamp crawfish

Procambarus clarkii

Description:

Crustáceo de origen americano, introducido en España donde se considera una especie invasiva. Se diferencia del cangrejo de río autóctono (Austropotamobius pallipes) en que tiene la cabeza más grande

Habitat:

Río Mula, afluente del río Segura.

Notes:

Baños de Mula

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6 Comments

Isabela
Isabela 9 years ago

Thank you Goody.

Aaron_G
Aaron_G 9 years ago

Moved to Arthropods

Christiane
Christiane 10 years ago

@p.young713 for sure they are edible...

p.young713
p.young713 10 years ago

Is it edible?

Isabela
Isabela 10 years ago

Thank you alra. It´s a pity that it is an invasive species in this part of the world.

alra74
alra74 10 years ago

I love this picture, love it

Isabela
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Isabela

Mula, Murcia, Spain

Spotted on Apr 17, 2011
Submitted on Apr 17, 2011

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