Molecular Biology and Genetics
Statistics of barcoding coverage
Specimens with Sequences:353
Specimens with Barcodes:304
Species With Barcodes:13
The family Astacidae comprises the freshwater crayfish native to Europe and western North America. It is made up of three genera. Pacifastacus is found on the Pacific coast of the United States and British Columbia and includes the signal crayfish and the Shasta crayfish. The genera Astacus and Austropotamobius are both found throughout Europe and parts of western Asia.
The family Astacidae contains 12 species in three genera :
- James W. Fetzner, Jr. (2005-05-09). "Family Astacidae Latreille, 1802-1803". Crayfish Taxon Browser. Carnegie Museum of Natural History. http://iz.carnegiemnh.org/crayfish/NewAstacidea/family.asp?f=Astacidae.
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