Subject: Why do I find British Crayfish wandering away from water in Autumn?
Date: Fri Sep 21 12:37:15 2001
Posted by Anne
Grade level: teacher/prof
School: Camden Environmental Education Network
City: London State/Province: No state entered.
Area of science: Zoology
Colleague at a field centre regularly sees crayfish from their pond/ canal on
the path, one was recently spotted in the nearby road! Children often ask why.
We know that Autumn is breeding time - is it to find a mate? To find new
territory/ to search for hibernation space? I've tried searching on the web
using loads of different criteria & can't get an answer!
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