Most adult crayfish are about cm (3 inches) long. Among the smallest is the cm-long Cambarellus diminutus of the southeastern United States. Among.
Color and size are different and it depends on age and what they eat. Most of them are red, some are green, blue, the rare white, and black with a color full tail .
Both adult and juvenile spothanded crayfish forage on rocky substrates, but juveniles typically inhabit shallow, vegetated habitats with slow flow. The small- sized.
The eggs hatch in weeks and have the same structure as an adult crawfish. They leave the mother's protection in about 2 weeks and are.