Dreissena polymorpha
Dreissena polymorpha
(zebra mussel)

11 results for Dreissena polymorpha (zebra mussel)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1397757 MNHoustonMinnesota Island, in the Mississippi River2016 07040006 La Crosse-Pineunknown
116472 MNHoustonMississippi River Pool 81992 07040006 La Crosse-Pineestablished
1322425 MNHoustonMississippi River, Lock and Dam #8 pool2016 07040006 La Crosse-Pineestablished
1463976 MNWinonaMississippi River2004 07040006 La Crosse-Pineestablished
1464062 MNWinonaMississippi River2006 07040006 La Crosse-Pineestablished
117470 MNWinonaMississippi River (R.M. 702.5) at Lock and Dam #7 at Dresbach, MN1995 07040006 La Crosse-Pineestablished
116491 MNWinonaMississippi River (R.M. 711.6) Pool 7, 10 miles north of Onalaska, Wisconsin1992 07040006 La Crosse-Pineestablished
116431 MNWinonaMississippi River Lock and Dam No. 6, near Winona, Minnesota1992 07040006 La Crosse-Pineestablished
1320241 MNWinonaMississippi River, 1.8 mi N Dakota, 2.39 mi SE Donehower, Winters Landing monitoring site2015 07040006 La Crosse-Pineestablished
1320539 MNWinonaMississippi River, 2.1 mi N La Crescent2010 07040006 La Crosse-Pineestablished
117134 MNWinonaMississippi River, at Lock and Dam #7 near La Crescent, MN1994 07040006 La Crosse-Pineestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [7/22/2024].

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