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Originally Posted by RStringer
Can someone tell what kind and if these are good for a pond or not. I have creeeeeek that runs behind my pond and these are in it by the hundreds.


Speaking from experience with these same question. To 100% identify Bill Cody will want better pics. Preferably with them on a white sheet of paper or in a jar of water and he will need to see their belly.


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These r really small right now. Will try I catch some alil bigger n the next few weeks. I thought they would be hard to ID being this small still.


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The screenshot is not displaying for me. Problem with the link?


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I'm not able to get any pics that are hosted by the forum to display. Probably temporary.


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The whole forum is having problems with them all. They are looking into it.


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https://i.imgur.com/4mzPFEa.jpg
Someone got an idea of what kind this is? Me in the kids played in the creek this weekend and she found this blue one.


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Dang, that looks like it would glow in the dark.


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It was defiantly different than others we caught.


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It is likely to be a genetic flaw that happens in Papershell and Norhtern Virile craws...very rare.


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Heres what I'm finding all over my yard (all around the pond). I can walk around and find One about every minute. They are full of babies. Can someone I'd these for me? I dont see alot of the big chimneys around my place like some talk about on here. I do have some that I believe have tunneled under our pool causing the liner to have low spots (not huge deal). I'm not really concerned about them more curious than anything.

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Wow that is cool!

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Originally Posted by RStringer
Heres what I'm finding all over my yard (all around the pond). I can walk around and find One about every minute. They are full of babies. Can someone I'd these for me? I dont see alot of the big chimneys around my place like some talk about on here. I do have some that I believe have tunneled under our pool causing the liner to have low spots (not huge deal). I'm not really concerned about them more curious than anything.

Best guess.

https://nature.mdc.mo.gov/discover-nature/field-guide/grassland-crayfish-prairie-crayfish



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First part of this thread has great info on craw types. Nice work guys.
















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Thank you for the replys - I will read back thru this thread.


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A crayfish that has nothing to do with water other than what rain flows down their burrow is pretty amazing.

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Rusto, I think the crayfish you are finding around the house just might be these ....

https://nature.mdc.mo.gov/discover-nature/field-guide/grassland-crayfish-prairie-crayfish



jim100, the burrow always has water or the crayfish has to move. The prairie types tend to occupy areas with an underlying hardpan. The top soils have a lot of clay but are permeable enough to support a very slow flow. Because of this, a water table of sorts lies above the hardpan after being saturated. As the table slowly dissipates, they dig deeper to stay in water. They are as you said, amazing creatures.

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So it sounds kinda like they wont stick around the pond. Well I went around and picked up prolly 20 of them full of babies and put them on the ponds edge. They all took off for the water. Maybe became lunch who knows.


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