Dreissena polymorpha
Dreissena polymorpha
(zebra mussel)
Mollusks-Bivalves
Exotic

11 results for Dreissena polymorpha (zebra mussel)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1337876 ARBaxterBull Shoals Lake2015 11010003 Bull Shoals Lakeestablished
1337859 ARBooneBull Shoals Lake2015 11010003 Bull Shoals Lakeestablished
1337547 ARBooneBull Shoals Lake2015 11010003 Bull Shoals Lakeestablished
1337631 ARBooneBull Shoals Lake2015 11010003 Bull Shoals Lakeestablished
1337794 ARBooneBull Shoals Lake2015 11010003 Bull Shoals Lakeestablished
240699 ARBooneWhite River (Bull Shoals Lake), at Diamond City2007 11010003 Bull Shoals Lakeestablished
1337619 ARMarionBull Shoals Lake2015 11010003 Bull Shoals Lakeestablished
1337797 ARMarionBull Shoals Lake2015 11010003 Bull Shoals Lakeestablished
1337836 ARMarionBull Shoals Lake2015 11010003 Bull Shoals Lakeestablished
1338055 ARMarionBull Shoals Lake2016 11010003 Bull Shoals Lakeestablished
1186886 ARMarionBull Shoals Lake at end of Lakeridge Dr2015 11010003 Bull Shoals Lakeestablished

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