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

9 results for Dreissena polymorpha (zebra mussel)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1467931 MNCrow WingBay Lake, south of Deerwood2018 7010104 Elk-Nokasippiestablished
1321660 MNCrow WingCuyuna Country State Recreation Area mine pits in Ironton2016 7010104 Elk-Nokasippiunknown
1468587 MNCrow WingGilbert Lake2016 7010104 Elk-Nokasippiestablished
646538 MNCrow WingGilbert Lake, Brainerd2014 7010104 Elk-Nokasippiestablished
1410071 MNCrow WingMahnomen Mine Pit No. 1, near Crosby2017 7010104 Elk-Nokasippiunknown
1468561 MNCrow WingRice Lake2016 7010104 Elk-Nokasippiestablished
164762 MNCrow WingRice Lake [NE corner of Brainerd]2005 7010104 Elk-Nokasippiestablished
1420965 MNCrow WingSerpent Lake [in Crosby/Ironton]2017 7010104 Elk-Nokasippiestablished
1522550 MNToddMound Lake2018 7010104 Elk-Nokasippiestablished

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