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Full Freshwater Crayfish List 2014

This is the list of all the freshwater crayfish species found in Australia. Every described freshwater crayfish species in Australia is listed and a photo of each crayfish that has been confirmed is displayed.

No. GENUS SPECIES LOCATION PICTURE
1 Tenuibranchiurus glypticus Queensland, Bells Creek, Caloundra
Tenuibranchiurus glypticus

Tenuibranchiurus glypticus

ASTACOPSIS
1 Astacopsis franklinii Eastern Tasmania
2 Astacopsis gouldi Tasmania, rivers running into Bass Strait and the Arthur River system
3 Astacopsis tricornis Western Tasmania
CHERAX
1 Cherax albidus

Clark 1936
“The Yabby”

Victoria & SA – Southern flowing streams west Port Phillip Bay to south eastern corner SA
Cherax albidus

Cherax albidus

2 Cherax austini

Coughran & Hobson 2012
“Chris Austin’s Yabby”

Queensland, Whitsunday Island
3 Cherax barrette

Clark 1941
“Charles Barrett’s Yabby”

Northern Territory, Japanese Creek, Wessell Island
4 Cherax bicarinatus

Gray 1845

Northern Territory, Koolatong River in East Arnhem Land, also East Alligator River in Kakadu National Park
Cherax_bicarinatus

Cherax_bicarinatus

5 Cherax cainii

Austin and Ryan, 2002
“The Smooth Marron”

Western Australia, Harvey to Denmark
6 Cherax cairnsensis

Riek, 1969
“The Cairns or Northern Yabby”

Queensland, Bundaberg to Cairns region

MORE INFORMATION
Cherax cairnsensis article

Cherax cairnsensis

Cherax cairnsensis

7 Cherax cartalacoolah

Short 1993
“The Water Hole Yabby”

Queensland – Cape Flattery region.
Cherax cartalacoolah

Cherax cartalacoolah

8 Cherax cid

Dawkins and Furs2012
“Cid Harbour’s Yabby”

Queensland, Whitsunday Island
9 Cherax crassimanus

Riek 1967
“The Restricted Gilgie”

Western Australia, Margaret RIver to Denmark
10 Cherax cuspidatus

Riek 1969
“The cusped yabby”

New South Wales, coastal from Tweed Heads to the northern side of Manning River.

MORE INFORMATION
TCherax cuspidatus article

Cherax cuspidatus

Cherax cuspidatus

11 Cherax depressus

Riek 1951
“the orange fingered yabby”

Queensland – Brisbane

MORE INFORMATION
Cherax despressus article

Cherax despressus article 2

Cherax depressus

Cherax depressus

12 Cherax destructor

Clark 1936
“The Yabby”
or
“The Western Blue Claw Yabby”

New South Wales, Queensland, Victoria, South Australia, Northern Territory, with introduced populations all states

MORE INFORMATION
Cherax destructor article

Cherax destructor article 2

Cherax destructor

Cherax destructor

13 Cherax dispar

Riek 1951
“The Slender Yabby”

Queensland – South eastern coastal
Cherax dispar

Cherax dispar

14 Cherax glaber

Riek 1967
“The restricted”

South Western Australia, Dunsborough to Windy Harbour
Cherax glaber

Cherax glaber

15 Cherax leckii

Coughran 2005
“Shawn Leckie’s Yabby”

New South Wales, upper reaches of the Clarence River
Cherax leckii

Cherax leckii

16 Cherax nucifraga

Short 1991

Northern Territory – Palm Springs.
17 Cherax parvus

Short & Davie 1993
“The Small Yabby”

Queensland – O’Leary creek (west of Innisfail).

MORE INFORMATIONCherax parvus article

Cherax parvus

Cherax parvus

18 Cherax preissii

Erichson 1846
“The Koonac”

Western Australia, Moore River to Albany
Cherax preissii

Cherax preissii

19 Cherax punctatus

Clark 1936
“The Land Yabby”

Queensland, Mary RIver
Cherax punctatus

Cherax punctatus

20 Cherax quadricarinatus

von Martens 1868
“The Redclaw Yabby”

Northern Territory and Queensland, north coast of Northern Territory and north-east Queensland
Cherax quadricarinatus

Cherax quadricarinatus

21 Cherax quinquecarinatus

Gray 1845
“The Gilgie”

Western Australia, Moore River to Denmark
Cherax quinquecarinatus

Cherax quinquecarinatus

22 Cherax rhynchotus
Riek 1951

“The Tropical Yabby”

Queensland, Cape York Peninsula and Badu Island, Torres Strait
Cherax rhynchotus

Cherax rhynchotus

23 Cherax robustus

Riek 1951
“The Sand Yabby”

Queensland, – Bribie Island & South eastern region.

MORE INFORMATIONCherax robustus article

Cherax robustus

Cherax robustus

24 Cherax rotundus

Clark 1941
“The Elusive Yabby”

Queensland, Fletcher region.

MORE INFORMATIONCherax rotundus article

Cherax rotundus

Cherax rotundus

25 Cherax setosus

Riek 1951
“the Setose Yabby”

New South Wales, southern side of Manning River to Lake Macquarie

MORE INFORMATIONCherax setosus article

Cherax setosus

Cherax setosus

26 Cherax tenuimanus

Smith 1912
“Margaret River Hairy Marron”

Western Australia, upper reaches of Margaret River
27 Cherax urospinosus

Riek 1969

Queensland, Indooroopilly, Brisbane.
Cherax urospinosus

Cherax urospinosus

28 Cherax wasselli

Riek 1969
“Wassell’s Yabby”

Queensland, Cape York region

MORE INFORMATION
Cherax wasselli article

Cherax wasseli

Cherax wasseli

ENGAEUS
1 Engaeus affinis

Smith & Schuster 1913
“The Land Yabby”

Victoria, Warburton

MORE INFORMATION
Engaeus affinis article

Engaeus affinis

Engaeus affinis

2 Engaeus australis

Riek 1969
“The Lilly Pilly Crayfish”

Victoria, Lilly Pilly Gully, Wilsons Promontory
3 Engaeus cisternarius

Suter 1977

North-west and western Tasmania
4 Engaeus cunicularius

Erichson 1846

Southern Victoria, north coast Tasmania, King and Flinders islands
Engaeus cunicularius

Engaeus cunicularius

5 Engaeus curvisuturus

Horwitz 1990
“The Curve-tail Burrowing Crayfish”

Victoria, Yarra River plains, Warburton
Engaeus curvisuturus

Engaeus curvisuturus

6 Engaeus cymus

Clark 1936

ACT, New South Wales and Victoria
Engaeus cymus

Engaeus cymus

7 Engaeus disjuncticus

Horwitz 1990

Northern and western Tasmania
8 Engaeus fossor

Erichson 1846

Western Tasmania and King Island
9 Engaeus fultoni

Smith & Schuster 1913
“The Otway Burrowing Crayfish”

Victoria, Cape Otway forest, Ferntree Gully
Engaeus fultoni

Engaeus fultoni

10 Engaeus granulatus

Horwitz 1990

Mid north coast of Tasmania
11 Engaeus hemicirratulus

Smith & Schuster 1913

Victoria, Gippsland

MORE INFORMATION
Engaeus hemicirratulus article

Engaeus hemicirratulus

Engaeus hemicirratulus

12 Engaeus karnanga

Horwitz 1990

Victoria, Lilly Pilly Gully, Wilsons Promontory.
Engaeus karnanga

Engaeus karnanga

13 Engaeus laevis

Clark 1941

Victoria and coastal north-eastern Tasmania
Engaeus laevis

Engaeus laevis

14 Engaeus lengana

Horwitz 1990

North-west Tasmania
15 Engaeus leptorhynchus

Clark 1936

North-east Tasmania
16 Engaeus lyelli

Clark 1936

Victoria, Grampian Ranges to Myrtleford
Engaeus lyelli

Engaeus lyelli

17 Engaeus mairener

Horwitz 1990

Tasmania, central north and east
18 Engaeus Mallacoota

Horwitz 1990
“The Mallacoota Burrowing Crayfish”

Victoria, Croajingolong National Park, Mallacoota
Engaeus mallacoota

Engaeus mallacoota

19 Engaeus martigener

Horwitz 1990
“The Furneaux Burrowing Crayfish”

Flinders Island, Strzelecki Peaks
20 Engaeus merosetosus

Horwitz 1990

Victoria, Geelong–Ballarat region
21 Engaeus nulloporius

Horwitz 1990

Tasmania, central north and north-east
22 Engaeus orientalis

Clark 1941

Victoria and southern New South Wales
Engaeus orientalis

Engaeus orientalis

23 Engaeus orramakunna

Horwitz 1990
“The Mt. Arthur Burrowing Crayfish”

North-east Tasmania, Mount Arthur
24 Engaeus phyllocercus

Smith & Schuster 1913
“Narracan Burrowing Crayfish”

Victoria, Gippsland
25 Engaeus quadrimanus

Clark 1936
“The Mernda Land Yabby”

Victoria, New South Wales border
Engaeus quadrimanus

Engaeus quadrimanus

26 Engaeus rostrogaleatus

Horwitz 1990
“The Strzelecki Burrowing Crayfish”

Victoria, Morwell, eastern Strzelecki Ranges
27 Engaeus sericatus

Clark 1936
“The Hairy Burrowing Crayfish”

South-west Victoria
Engaeus sericatus

Engaeus sericatus

28 Engaeus spinicaudatus

Horwitz 1990
“The Scottsdale Burrowing Crayfish”

North-east Tasmania, Scottsdale
29 Engaeus sternalis

Clark 1936
“The Warragul Burrowing Crayfish”

Victoria, Warragul
30 Engaeus strictifrons

Clark 1936
“The Burrowing Crayfish”

South Australia and Victoria, Port Macdonnell to Warrnambool
31 Engaeus tayatea

Horwitz 1990

North-east Tasmania
32 Engaeus tuberculatus

Clark 1936

Victoria, Sherbrooke Falls, Powelltown
Engaeus tuberculatus

Engaeus tuberculatus

33 Engaeus urostrictus

Riek 1969
“The Dandenong Burrowing Crayfish”

Victoria, east of Melbourne
Engaeus urostrictus

Engaeus urostrictus

34 Engaeus victoriensis

Smith & Schuster 1913
“The Croydon Burrowing Crayfish”

Victoria, Dandenong Ranges
35 Engaeus yabbimunna

Horwitz 1994
“The Burnie Burrowing Crayfish”

Tasmania, coastal between Burnie and Wynyard
ENGAEWA
1 Engaewa pseudoreducta

“the Magaret River Burrowing Crayfish”

Southt Western Australia, north of Margaret River
2 Engaewa reducta

“Dunsborough Burrowing Crayfish”

South Western Australia, Cape Naturaliste to Cape Leeuwin Region

3 Engaewa similis

Riek 1967

South Western Australia, north of Margaret River
4 Engaewa subcoerulea

Riek 1967

South Western Australia, Northcliffe to Walpole
5 Engaewa walpolea

“Walpole Burrowing Crayfish”

South Western Australia, Walpole
EUASTACUS
1 Euastacus angustus

Coughran & Dawkins 2013
“The Narrow Dwarf Crayfish”

New South Wales
Border Ranges

More InformationArticle Euastacus angustus

The Narrow Dwarf Crayfish Euastacus angustus

The Narrow Dwarf Crayfish Euastacus angustus

2 Euastacus armatus

von Martins 1866
“The Murray Lobster”

New South Wales, ACT, Victoria, South Australia, Murray and Murrumbidgee rivers and their tributaries

MORE INFORMATION
Euastacus armatus article

The Murray Lobster Euastacus armatus

3 Euastacus australasiensis

H. Milne Edwards 1837
“The Sydney Crayfish”

New South Wales, eastern flowing streams Patonga to north of Wollongong.

MORE INFORMATION
Euastacus australasiensis article

Euastacus australasiensis article 2

The Sydney Crayfish Euastacus australasiensis

The Sydney Crayfish Euastacus australasiensis

4 Euastacus balanensis

Morgan 1988
“The Balan Spiny Crayfish”

Queensland, Atherton Tableland

MORE INFORMATION
Euastacus balanensis article

The Balan Crayfish Euastacus balanensis

The Balan Crayfish Euastacus balanensis

5 Euastacus bidawalus

Morgan 1986
“The Bidhawal Crayfish”

New South Wales and Victoria, south-eastern flowing streams below 550 m.Tributaries of the, Merrice, Nadgee, Wallagaraugh, Genoa and Cann rivers
The Bidhawal Crayfish Euastacus bidawalus

The Bidhawal Crayfish Euastacus bidawalus

6 Euastacus bindal

Morgan 1989
“The Mt Elliot Crayfish”

Queensland, Mt Elliot
The Mt Elliot Crayfish Euastacus bindal

The Mt Elliot Crayfish Euastacus bindal

7 Euastacus binzayedi

Coughran & Furse 2013
“Embezee’s Crayfish”

Queensland, streams above 700 m Lamington National Park
Embezee’s crayfish Euastacus binzayedi

Embezee’s crayfish Euastacus binzayedi

8 Euastacus bispinosus

Clarke 1941
“The Glenelg Spiny Crayfish”

Victoria and South Australia, Glenelg River and tributaries to Ewan Ponds
The Glenelg River Crayfish Euastacus bispinosus

The Glenelg River Crayfish Euastacus bispinosus

9 Euastacus brachythorax

Riek 1969
“The Short Thorax Crayfish”

New South Wales, Brown Mountain area, west Bemboka

MORE INFORMATION
Euastacus brachythorax article

The Short Thorax Crayfish Euastacus brachythorax

The Short Thorax Crayfish Euastacus brachythorax

10 Euastacus clarkae New South Wales, tributaries of the Forbes River, west Port Macquarie
The Ellen Clark's Crayfish Euastacus clarkae

The Ellen Clark's Crayfish Euastacus clarkae

11 Euastacus claytoni New South Wales and Victoria, tributaries of the Bemboka, Towamba, MacLaughlin and Snowy rivers

MORE INFORMATION
Euastacus claytoni article

Clayton's Crayfish Euastacus claytoni

Clayton's Crayfish Euastacus claytoni

12 Euastacus crassus New South Wales, Victoria and ACT, tributaries of the Murray and Murrumbidgee rivers
The Alpine Crayfish Euastacus crassus

The Alpine Crayfish Euastacus crassus

13 Euastacus dalagarbe New South Wales, Border Ranges, tributaries of Richmond River
The Mud Gully Crayfish Euastacus dalagarbe

The Mud Gully Crayfish Euastacus dalagarbe

14 Euastacus dangadi New South Wales, mid north coastal mountains, Coffs Harbour to Port Macquarie
The Small Spiny Crayfish Euastacus dangadi

The Small Spiny Crayfish Euastacus dangadi

15 Euastacus dharawalus New South Wales, Fitzroy Falls region.
Euastacus dharawalus

The Fitzroy Falls Spiny Crayfish Euastacus dharawalus

16 Euastacus diversus Victoria, Snowy River and tributaries
The Orbost Spiny Crayfish Euastacus diversus

The Orbost Spiny Crayfish Euastacus diversus

17 Euastacus eungella Queensland, Eungella National Park
The Eungella Spiny Crayfish Euastacus eungella

The Eungella Spiny Crayfish Euastacus eungella

18 Euastacus fleckeri Queensland, Mt Spurgeon, Mt Lewis area, Mossman and Mitchell rivers
The Red and Blue Spiny Crayfish Euastacus fleckeri

The Red and Blue Spiny Crayfish Euastacus fleckeri

19 Euastacus gamilaroi New South Wales, tributaries of Peel and Manning rivers above 1000 m
The Hanging Rock Crayfish Euastacus gamilaroi

The Hanging Rock Crayfish Euastacus gamilaroi

20 Euastacus girurmulayn New South Wales, Nightcap Ranges, tributaries of Wilsons River
The Smooth Crayfish Euastacus girurmulayn

The Smooth Crayfish Euastacus girurmulayn

21 Euastacus gumar New South Wales, Richmond Range, tributaries of Clarence River
The Bloodclaw Crayfish Euastacus gumar

The Bloodclaw Crayfish Euastacus gumar

22 Euastacus guruhgi New South Wales, Mt Warning National Park
The Swollen Crayfish Euastacus guruhgi

The Swollen Crayfish Euastacus guruhgi

23 Euastacus guwinus New South Wales, tributaries of Shoalhaven River (Tianjara Creek) and Wandandian Creek (St Georges Basin)
The Tianjara Crayfish Euastacus guwinus

The Tianjara Crayfish Euastacus guwinus

24 Euastacus hirsutus New South Wales, coastal drainage from Wollongong to Nowra
The Hairy Crayfish Euastacus hirsutus

The Hairy Crayfish Euastacus hirsutus

25 Euastacus hystricosus Queensland, Conondale Range tributaries of Mary and Brisbane rivers
The Conondale Spiny Crayfish Euastacus hystricosus

The Conondale Spiny Crayfish Euastacus hystricosus

26 Euastacus jagara Queensland, Mistakes Mountain, tributaries of Brisbane and Condamine rivers
The Jagara Hairy Crayfish Euastacus jagara

The Jagara Hairy Crayfish Euastacus jagara

27 Euastacus jagabar New South Wales, Border Ranges, Sheepstation Creek, (Richmond River)
The Blue Black Crayfish Euastacus jagabar

The Blue Black Crayfish Euastacus jagabar

28 Euastacus kershawi Victoria, southern flowing streams, East Gippsland and Gippsland
The Gippsland Spiny Crayfish Euastacus kershawi

The Gippsland Spiny Crayfish Euastacus kershawi

29 Euastacus maccai

McCormack & Coughran 2008
“McCormacks Terrestrial Crayfish”

New South Wales, above 800 m tributaries of Peel, Macdonald, Cobrabald, Apslet, Tia, Yarrowich, Mummel, Walcrow, Coopacurripa, Nowendoc and Barnard rivers
McCormack's Terrestrial Crayfish Euastacus maccai

McCormack's Terrestrial Crayfish Euastacus maccai

30 Euastacus maidae Queensland, Currumbin and Tallebudgera creeks
The Hinterland Crayfish Euastacus maidae

The Hinterland Crayfish Euastacus maidae

31 Euastacus mirangudjin New South Wales, Richmond Range, tributaries of Richmond River
The Orange Bellied Crayfish Euastacus mirangudjin

The Orange Bellied Crayfish Euastacus mirangudjin

32 Euastacus monteithorum Queensland, Kroombit Tops region
Monteith's Crayfish Euastacus monteithorum

Monteith's Crayfish Euastacus monteithorum

33 Euastacus morgani

Coughran & McCormack 2011
“Morgans Crayfish”

New South Wales, tributaries of Nymboida River
Morgan's Crayfish Euastacus morgani

Morgan's Crayfish Euastacus morgani

34 Euastacus neodiversus Victoria, Strzelecki Ranges to Wilsons Promontory
The South Gippsland Spiny Crayfish Euastacus neodiversus

The South Gippsland Spiny Crayfish Euastacus neodiversus

35 Euastacus neohirsutus New South Wales, Dorrigo area, tributaries of Nymboida, Orara, Bellingen and Nambucca rivers
The New Hairy Crayfish Euastacus neohirsutus

The New Hairy Crayfish Euastacus neohirsutus

36 Euastacus pilosus New South Wales tributaries of the Cataract and Clarence rivers
The Hairy Cataract Crayfish Euastacus pilosus

The Hairy Cataract Crayfish Euastacus pilosus

37 Euastacus polysetosus New South Wales, tributaries of Manning River (Dilgry, Mopy, Barrington and Gloucester rivers) and Hunter River (Allyn River and Paddys and Polblue creeks)
The Many Bristled Crayfish Euastacus polysetosus

The Many Bristled Crayfish Euastacus polysetosus

38 Euastacus reductus New South Wales, tributaries of the Hunter, Paterson, Williams, Karuah, Myall, Wallamba and Manning rivers
The Hairy Crayfish Euastacus reductus

The Hairy Crayfish Euastacus reductus

39 Euastacus rieki New South Wales, alpine type regions, tributaries of the Snowy, Murray and Murrumbidgee rivers
Riek's Crayfish Euastacus rieki

Riek's Crayfish Euastacus rieki

40 Euastacus robertsi Queensland, Mt Finnagan to Thorntons Peak
Robert's Crayfish Euastacus robertsi

Robert's Crayfish Euastacus robertsi

41 Euastacus setosus Queensland, Mt Glorious region, tributaries of Pine River
The Mount Glorious Spiny Crayfish Euastacus setosus

The Mount Glorious Spiny Crayfish Euastacus setosus

42 Euastacus simplex New South Wales, tributaries of the Guy Fawkes, Bellinger, Nymboida, Macleay, Hastings, and Styx rivers
The Small Mountain Crayfish Euastacus simplex

The Small Mountain Crayfish Euastacus simplex

43 Euastacus spinichelatus New South Wales, tributaries of the Apsley, Doyles, Mummel, Walcrow, Coopacurripa, Nowendoc, Hastings and Manning rivers
The Small Crayfish Euastacus spinichelatus

The Small Crayfish Euastacus spinichelatus

44 Euastacus spinifer New South Wales, Hastings, Camden Haven, Manning, Wallamba, Myall Karuah, Hunter, Hawkesbury, Lane Cove, Parramatta, Georges, Hacking, Shoalhaven and Clyde rivers
The Giant Spiny Crayfish Euastacus spinifer

The Giant Spiny Crayfish Euastacus spinifer

45 Euastacus sulcatus New South Wales and Queensland, tributaries of the Tweed, Clarence, Richmond, Nerang, Albert, Logan, Brisbane and Condamine rivers
The Lamington Crayfish Euastacus sulcatus

The Lamington Crayfish Euastacus sulcatus

46 Euastacus suttoni New South Wales and Queensland, tributaries of the Severn, Damaresq, Deeepwater, Timbarra and Clarence rivers
Sutton's Crayfish Euastacus suttoni

Sutton's Crayfish Euastacus suttoni

47 Euastacus urospinosus Queensland, tributaries of the Obi Obi Creek (Mary River) and Kilcoy Creek (Brisbane River)
The Mary River Dwarf Crayfish Euastacus urospinosus

The Mary River Dwarf Crayfish Euastacus urospinosus

48 Euastacus valentulus New South Wales and Queensland, tributaries of the Tweed, Clarence and Richmond rivers and Currumbin Creek
The Strong Crayfish Euastacus valentulus

The Strong Crayfish Euastacus valentulus

49 Euastacus woiwuru Victoria, tributaries of the Yarra, La Trobe and Murray rivers
The Central Highland Spiny Crayfish Euastacus woiwuru

The Central Highland Spiny Crayfish Euastacus woiwuru

50 Euastacus yanga New South Wales and north-east Victoria, tributaries of the Kangaroo, Shoalhaven, Clyde, Deua, Tuross, Bemboka, Towamba, Womboyn, Wallagaraugh and Genoa rivers
The Southern Lobster Euastacus yanga

The Southern Lobster Euastacus yanga

51 Euastacus yarraensis Victoria, tributaries of the Tarago, Yarra and Gellibrand rivers, Labertouche Creek
The Yarra Spiny Crayfish Euastacus yarraensis

The Yarra Spiny Crayfish Euastacus yarraensis

52 Euastacus yigara Queensland, Cardwell Range
The Cardwell Dwarf Crayfish Euastacus yigara

The Cardwell Dwarf Crayfish Euastacus yigara

GEOCHARAX
1 Geocharax falcata South-west Victoria, Glenelg River
2 Geocharax gracilis South-west Victoria and north-west Tasmania, King Island
Geocharax gracilis

Geocharax gracilis

GRAMASTACUS
1 Gramastacus lacus

McCormack 2014
“The eastern swamp crayfish”

Central and mid north Coasts, NSW

More Information
“The eastern swamp crayfish Gramastacus lacus sp. n. (Decapoda, Parastacidae) a new species of freshwater crayfish from coastal New South Wales, Australia” was published in Issue 398 of ZooKeys.Link to free species description published in Zookeys
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The eastern swamp crayfish Gramastacus lacus

The eastern swamp crayfish Gramastacus lacus

2 Gramastacus insolitus

Riek 1972
“The western swamp crayfish”

Western Victoria and south-eastern South Australia, Moyston
Gramastacus insolitus

Gramastacus insolitus

OMBRASTACOIDES
1 Ombrastacoides asperrimanus Western Tasmania, Macquarie Harbour
2 Ombrastacoides brevirostris Western Tasmania
3 Ombrastacoides decemdentatus South central Tasmania, north-east of Lake Pedder
4 Ombrastacoides denisoni South-east Tasmania
5 Ombrastacoides dissitus Far south-east Tasmania
6 Ombrastacoides huonensis South-west Tasmania, Lake Pedder
7 Ombrastacoides ingressus Western Tasmania
8 Ombrastacoides leptomerus Western Tasmania
9 Ombrastacoides parvicaudatus Western Tasmania, West Coast Range
10 Ombrastacoides professorum Western Tasmania, West Coast Range
11 Ombrastacoides pulcher South-west Tasmania, Lake Pedder
SPINASTACOIDES
1 Spinastacoides catinipalmus Western Tasmania
2 Spinastacoides inermis South-east Tasmania
3 Spinastacoides insignis Far southern Tasmania
TENUIBRANCHIURUS