what types of crayfish are there
Crayfish's subclasses are common yabby, Cambaridae, Astacidae, Cherax quinquecarinatus and Pacifastacus.
common yabby, Cherax destructor, an Australian freshwater crustacean in the Parastacidae family
Cambaridae, a largest of the three families of freshwater crayfish, with over 400 species
Pacifastacus, a genus of crayfish native to western North America
The family Astacidae comprises the freshwater crayfish native to Europe and western North America
Cherax quinquecarinatus, a small freshwater crayfish endemic to the south-west corner of Australia
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