Dreissena polymorpha
Dreissena polymorpha
(zebra mussel)

10 results for Dreissena polymorpha (zebra mussel)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1454630 MIGenesee[Lake Fenton]2016 4080203 Shiawasseeestablished
1454728 MIGenesee[Lake Fenton]2016 4080203 Shiawasseeestablished
1454826 MIGenesee[Lake Fenton]2016 4080203 Shiawasseeestablished
1455008 MIGenesee[Lake Fenton]2016 4080203 Shiawasseeestablished
117906 MIGeneseeFenton Lake (just N of Fenton, MI)1997 4080203 Shiawasseeestablished
118495 MIGeneseeLake Ponemah [~2 mi. NW of Fenton, MI]2000 4080203 Shiawasseeestablished
118497 MIGeneseeSilver Lake [~2 mi. NW of Fenton, MI]2000 4080203 Shiawasseeestablished
118196 MILivingstonLake Chemung [~2 mi SW of Howell, MI]1998 4080203 Shiawasseeestablished
163618 MILivingstonRunyan Lake [~2 mi SW of Fenton, MI]2004 4080203 Shiawasseeestablished
166734 MIOaklandBush Lake [in Holly]2005 4080203 Shiawasseeestablished

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