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

22 results for Dreissena polymorpha (zebra mussel)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
116390 ILCookCalumet River in Riverdale, 3 miles west of O'Brien lock1991 7120003 Chicagoestablished
261266 ILCookCalumet Sag Channel at Route 83 [Alsip area]1990 7120003 Chicagocollected
116298 ILCookChicago River (R.M. 322.5) at Fisk Fossil Power Facility1991 7120003 Chicagoestablished
116299 ILCookChicago River (R.M. 322.5) at Fisk Fossil Power Facility1991 7120003 Chicagoestablished
116300 ILCookChicago River (R.M. 322.5) at Fisk Fossil Power Facility1991 7120003 Chicagoestablished
116302 ILCookChicago River (R.M. 322.5) at Mason's Slip1991 7120003 Chicagoestablished
116301 ILCookChicago River (R.M. 322.5) at Mason's Slip1991 7120003 Chicagoestablished
116303 ILCookChicago River (R.M. 322.5) at Mason's Slip1991 7120003 Chicagoestablished
116423 ILCookChicago River, north shore channel, upstream from effluent discharge of Northside Water Reclamation Plant (3 mile from Lake Michigan, about River Mile 327)1991 7120003 Chicagoestablished
116424 ILCookChicago Sanitary & Ship Canal near Kedzie Ave., Chicago (7.5 miles from Lake Michigan, about River Mile 319.5)1991 7120003 Chicagoestablished
116304 ILCookChicago Sanitary & Ship Canal River Mile 318.51991 7120003 Chicagoestablished
116305 ILCookChicago Sanitary & Ship Canal River Mile 318.51991 7120003 Chicagoestablished
116306 ILCookChicago Sanitary & Ship Canal River Mile 318.51991 7120003 Chicagoestablished
260198 ILCookChicago Sanitary and Ship Canal at Western Avenue in Chicago1989 7120003 Chicagocollected
116155 ILCookChicago Sanitary and Ship Canal, approximate location where Pulaski Road crosses the canal.1991 7120003 Chicagoestablished
116154 ILCookChicago Sanitary and Ship Canal, approximate location where W. Cermack Road crosses the canal.1991 7120003 Chicagoestablished
1335198 ILCookLagoon at the Chicago Botanical Gardens2016 7120003 Chicagoestablished
1320323 ILCookNorth Branch Chicago River, 0.8 mi ENE Glenview, Harms Woods2011 7120003 Chicagoestablished
157063 ILCookSkokie Lagoons [just W of Glencoe, IL]2003 7120003 Chicagoestablished
154142 ILCookSkokie River (North Branch Chicago River-Des Plaines River Drainage) Winnetka, Skokie Lagoon #32000 7120003 Chicagoestablished
1320451 ILCookSkokie River, Winnetka, Skokie Lagoon #32000 7120003 Chicagoestablished
887062 ILCookWinnetka, S of Tower Road between Interstate 94 and Forestway Drive2011 7120003 Chicagoestablished

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