MSU research focuses on invasive crayfish found in Holland
The remains of red swamp crayfish were found at a popular fishing site on Lake Macatawa.
July 27, 2015 - Author: Dan O'Keefe, Michigan State University Extension, Michigan Sea Grant
Native crayfish don’t get much attention in the world of aquatic science. In fact, the last MISIN). If you find live red swamp crayfish being offered for sale in Michigan, contact the DNR’s Report All Poaching hotline (800) 292-7800.
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