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A small freshwater crayfish, growing up to about 5 ins, of the genus Cherax. They are found in creeks, rivers and waterholes. Sometimes imported into Britain by specialist fish shops.

The name is derived from the Aboriginal 'yappee'. See 'Crayfish'

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