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Keith A. Crandall
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Horwitz (1990)
Containing group: Parastacoidea


Horwitz, P. 1990. A taxonomic revision of species in the freshwater crayfish genus Engaeus Erichson (Decapoda: Parastacidae). Invertebrate Taxonomy 4:427-614.

Horwitz, P. 1994. A new species of the freshwater crayfish genus Engaeus Erichson (Decapoda: Parastacidae) from North-Western Tasmania. Memoirs of the Museum of Victoria 54:439-445.

Horwitz, P. 1995. A preliminary key to the species of Decapoda (Crustacea: Malacostraca) found in Australian inland waters. Co-operative Research Centre for Freshwater Ecology, Albury, Australia.

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Engaeus sp.
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