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

10 results for Dreissena polymorpha (zebra mussel)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1454627 MIIngham[Lake Lansing]2014 4050004 Upper Grandestablished
117375 MIInghamLake Lansing, about 4 miles east of East Lansing, MI1995 4050004 Upper Grandestablished
118445 MIJacksonAckerson Lake (just SW of Jackson, MI at Hwys. 127 and 50)1999 4050004 Upper Grandestablished
254655 MIJacksonBig Portage Lake, ~ 8 miles NE of Jackson, MI1998 4050004 Upper Grandestablished
254656 MIJacksonBig Wolf Lake, ~6 miles SE of Jackson, MI2002 4050004 Upper Grandestablished
271962 MIJacksonBrowns Lake, Summit Twp2010 4050004 Upper Grandestablished
164611 MIJacksonLime Lake [~5 WSW of Jackson, MI]2005 4050004 Upper Grandestablished
117914 MIJacksonPleasant Lake (about 8 mi N of Jackson, MI)1995 4050004 Upper Grandestablished
118195 MIJacksonPortage (Big) Lake [~8 mi NE of Jackson, MI]1998 4050004 Upper Grandestablished
156879 MIJacksonWolf Lake (Big)[~6 mi SE of Jackson, MI]2002 4050004 Upper Grandestablished

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