Dreissena polymorpha
Dreissena polymorpha
(zebra mussel)

12 results for Dreissena polymorpha (zebra mussel)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
290822 MIClareArnold Lake2012 4080201 Tittabawasseeestablished
254828 MIClareDodge Lake [~4 mi E of Harrison]2008 4080201 Tittabawasseecollected
283372 MIClareFive Lakes2005 4080201 Tittabawasseeestablished
158093 MIClareSand Lake [~3 mi W of Harrison]2003 4080201 Tittabawasseeestablished
156885 MIGladwinPratt Lake [~3 N mi of Gladwin, MI]2001 4080201 Tittabawasseeestablished
253951 MIGladwinRoss Lake in Beaverton2008 4080201 Tittabawasseecollected
118116 MIGladwinSecord Lake1998 4080201 Tittabawasseeestablished
118118 MIGladwinSmallwood Lake1998 4080201 Tittabawasseeestablished
775463 MIGladwinWiggins Lake2014 4080201 Tittabawasseeestablished
117922 MIGladwinWixom Lake (about 12 NW of Midland, MI)1997 4080201 Tittabawasseeestablished
118115 MIMidlandSanford Lake1998 4080201 Tittabawasseeestablished
167903 MIOgemawLake George [~3 mi S of West Branch]2006 4080201 Tittabawasseeestablished

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