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

6 results for Dreissena polymorpha (zebra mussel)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
153611 MSAdamsMississippi River Mile 363.5 (Lower River Mile) at Natchez, MS2001 8060100 Lower Mississippi-Natchezestablished
155836 MSHarrisonMississippi Sound between Cat Island and Gulfport [~15-20 km S of Gulfport, MS]2002 3170009 Mississippi Coastalestablished
117449 MSWarrenMississippi River (R.M. 433) at Entergy's Baxter-Wilson Plant just south of Vicksburg1996 8060100 Lower Mississippi-Natchezestablished
117450 MSWarrenMississippi River (R.M. 433) at Entergy's Baxter-Wilson Plant just south of Vicksburg1996 8060100 Lower Mississippi-Natchezestablished
116485 MSWashingtonMississippi River (R.M. 537), at southern point of La Grange revetment at mouth of Lake Ferguson near Greenville, MS1992 8030100 Lower Mississippi-Greenvilleestablished
116447 MSWashingtonMississippi River at Mile 537 at Warfield Point Revetment, approx. 100 yards south of the juncture of Lake Ferguson (an active oxbow) and the river.1992 8030100 Lower Mississippi-Greenvilleestablished

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