Current affiliation: The Umiversity of Texas Rio Grande ValleySubject: Life SciencesPrimary location: United States
Published in:Animal BehaviourPublication date:1994-05-01
Published in:Knowledge and Management of Aquatic EcosystemsPublication date:2015-01-01
This paper tracks sale of crayfish in online auction sites in North America for a years to determine what species of crayfish are being sold, how m...
Published in:Not availablePublication date:2015-07-15
A Global Overview
Edited compilation summarizing current knowledge of crayfish, featuring several chapters on cloning species, Marmorkrebs.
Published in:Functional Morphology and DiversityPublication date:2013-01-16
Published in:Behavioral and Brain SciencesPublication date:2007-08-01
Published in:Evolutionary Developmental Biology of Invertebrates 4Publication date:2015-01-01
Compiles information about development of crayfish and clawed lobsters.
Published in:CrustaceanaPublication date:2006-02-01
Published in:SciencePublication date:2010-01-28
Published in:Frontiers in Behavioral NeurosciencePublication date:2012-01-01
Published in:Crustacean ResearchPublication date:2015-01-01
This paper pulls together research on the worldwide pet trade in crayfish, asking questions like: which crayfish are the most traded? How are crayf...
Published in:NeuronPublication date:2014-04-01
Published in:Crustacean Experimental Systems in NeurobiologyPublication date:2002-01-01
Published in:Brain Behavior and EvolutionPublication date:2008-01-01
Published in:Management of Biological InvasionsPublication date:2015-03-01
Non-native crayfish are illegal in Ireland, but a cloning crayfish species is available for sale in the pet trade.
Published in:PeerJPublication date:2015-07-21
This paper describes the main neurons driving the muscles that shrimp use to escape from predators.
Published in:PLoS ONEPublication date:2014-12-10
This paper analyzes crowdfunding efforts to support scientific projects to determine what factors influence the success of crowdfunding campaigns.
Published in:Integrative and Comparative BiologyPublication date:2014-05-11
Published in:Integrative and Comparative BiologyPublication date:2014-04-25
Published in:CrustaceanaPublication date:2014-07-17
This sand crab species is notoriously difficult to find, and this is the furthest south this species has ever been found.
Published in:The Southwestern NaturalistPublication date:2013-12-01
This paper describes the natural history of sand crabs on South Padre Island, Texas.
Published in:Freshwater CrayfishPublication date:2013-02-15
Published in:Aquatic BiosystemsPublication date:2012-01-01
Published in:Freshwater CrayfishPublication date:2011-10-28
Published in:Journal of ParasitologyPublication date:2011-10-01
Published in:Journal of Crustacean BiologyPublication date:2011-05-01
Published in:Aquatic InvasionsPublication date:2011-03-01
Published in:Journal of EthologyPublication date:2010-07-24
Published in:Aquatic InvasionsPublication date:2010-12-01
This paper looks at how soon a new species of crayfish made it to North America as a pet after it was discovered in Europe.
Published in:Marine and Freshwater Behaviour and PhysiologyPublication date:2008-09-01
Published in:Biological BulletinPublication date:2006-12-01
Lots of crustaceans have a specialized set of neurons to create a fast escape from threats. Spiny lobsters don't have these neurons.
Published in:Journal of Crustacean BiologyPublication date:2006-01-01
This paper looks at how shovel nosed lobsters (also known as slipper lobsters) dig into sand, and what kind of sands they prefer.
Published in:Journal of Comparative Physiology APublication date:2004-09-18
Published in:Arthropod Structure & DevelopmentPublication date:2004-04-01
Published in:Marine and Freshwater Behaviour and PhysiologyPublication date:2002-01-01
We tested whether sense organs called muscle receptor organs (MROs) would affect how crayfish swam. They swam very slightly slower.
Published in:The Journal of Experimental ZoologyPublication date:2001-12-01
Published in:Brain Behavior and EvolutionPublication date:1997-01-01
Published in:Behavioral and Brain SciencesPublication date:1992-06-01
Published in:Biology OpenPublication date:2015-03-27
People often ask whether crayfish, lobster, crabs, and so one feel pain, particularly because they are often cooked alive for seafood. This paper c...
Published in:Biology & Environment Proceedings of the Royal Irish AcademyPublication date:2017-01-01
If they are released or escape, illegal pet crayfish can pose a threat to the native white-clawed crayfish.
Published in:Not availablePublication date:2016-02-25
A five year study on the seasonal variation in a sand crab in South Texas.
Published in:PLoS ONEPublication date:2010-04-20
People often ask whether crustaceans feel pain. This is hard to answer, but if they don't react in any way, it's unlikely they find that stimulus p...
Published in:Freshwater CrayfishPublication date:2015-07-15
Published in:Journal of Coastal ResearchPublication date:2017-09-01
Published in:PeerJPublication date:2017-09-22
This paper looks at the parasites of two digging crabs species. One, a sand crab, is regularly infected with tapeworms that infect the brain, and n...
Published in:ReSearchPublication date:2017-01-01