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

52 results for Dreissena polymorpha (zebra mussel)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
291228 ILCookFinger Lake in Bluff Spring Fen Nature Preserve2012 7120006 Upper Foxunknown
1320322 ILCookPoplar Creek, 2 mi NE South Elgin, Hammond Ave.2010 7120006 Upper Foxestablished
1320012 ILKaneFox River, Algonquin, Buffalo Park Forest Preserve2007 7120006 Upper Foxestablished
157065 ILLakeBangs Lake [Wauconda, IL]2003 7120006 Upper Foxestablished
1320425 ILLakeBangs Lake, Wauconda2010 7120006 Upper Foxestablished
1320349 ILLakeBangs Lake, Wauconda, Wauconda Township, NE side of lake2003 7120006 Upper Foxestablished
1320354 ILLakeCedar Lake, Lake Villa2012 7120006 Upper Foxestablished
157066 ILLakeChain O' Lakes [ a chain of about 9 lakes in the NW corner of the county]2003 7120006 Upper Foxestablished
887138 ILLakeChain O'Lakes, Nippersink Lake, S shore at public access just E of U.S. Rte. 122009 7120006 Upper Foxestablished
887256 ILLakeChain O'Lakes, Nippersink Lake, S shore at public access just E of U.S. Rte. 122009 7120006 Upper Foxestablished
1320426 ILLakeDeep Lake, Lake Villa2012 7120006 Upper Foxestablished
153648 ILLakeEast Loon Lake [just S of Antioch, IL]2001 7120006 Upper Foxestablished
1320450 ILLakeFox Lake, town of Fox Lake, Mineola Bay2000 7120006 Upper Foxestablished
154141 ILLakeFox Lake, in town of Fox Lake, Mineola Bay (W side of lake)2000 7120006 Upper Foxestablished
117976 ILLakeFox Lake, west shore between Columbia and Stanton bays in a drainpipe [near town of Fox Lake, IL]1998 7120006 Upper Foxestablished
117975 ILLakeFox Lake, west shore between Columbia and Stanton bays in a drainpipe [near town of Fox Lake, IL]1998 7120006 Upper Foxestablished
261633 ILLakeLake Marie2009 7120006 Upper Foxestablished
1320183 ILLakeLake Marie, Antioch2008 7120006 Upper Foxestablished
1320331 ILLakeLake Marie, N 4th Ave., at Barnacle Bobs2011 7120006 Upper Foxestablished
157069 ILLakeLake Zurich [just W of Lake Zurich, IL]2003 7120006 Upper Foxestablished
1320262 ILLakeLake Zurich, city of Lake Zurich, just off Ash St., E side of lake2002 7120006 Upper Foxestablished
1319987 ILLakeLong Lake, 1.8 mi W Round Lake Heights, spillway2012 7120006 Upper Foxestablished
154210 ILLakeLoon Lake (Fox River Drainage) 2 mi S Antioch2001 7120006 Upper Foxestablished
1320039 ILLakeLoon Lake, 2 mi S Antioch2001 7120006 Upper Foxestablished
1320169 ILLakeLoon Lake, 2 mi S Antioch2003 7120006 Upper Foxestablished
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