I definitely thought that thing had zebra mussels for a second hahaha.
Found this on the Google machinez:
> Crayfish mate in the early spring and females carry the fertilized, developing eggs inside their bodies for 4-6 weeks. These developing eggs are then transferred to the outside of the female’s body and glued via an adhesive called “glair” to the female’s tail. The eggs (only 20-40%) then hatch by the end of spring.
And that is how you become a crawDADDY! 😂 Sorry, I had to.