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  • n. See crayfish.

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  • n. a crayfish


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From mud +‎ bug.


  • This is why the animal is often called a "mudbug."

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  • - A new species of giant crawfish that's twice the size of a typical mudbug has been found in a creek in southern Tennessee. - News

  • We're reaching the end of crawfish season, a time when south Louisianians go on mudbug binges to make sure they get their fix for the year.

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  • Louisiana crawfish season kicked off in early January, but nobody bothered to tell the mudbug. - Articles related to Islam and Halal Cuisine is a growing market

  • Call ahead or get on the e-mail list for mudbug alerts.

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  • When the flow gets inland, it will kill the crayfish (mudbug-crawdad s) beds.

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  • Traps are set around Thanksgiving, and the mudbug season can last through July or even into mid-August.


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  • I absolutely love everything about it, and those interiors are to die for. mudbug on December 17th 2009 at 9: 32am view mudbug's

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  • A crayfish, as in the "little brown mudbug" Cambarus thomai.

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