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
1447884 NYErieBlack Rock Canal at Squaw Island in Buffalo, NY2018 4120104 Niagaraestablished
155905 NYErieNiagara River at Black Rock Lock adjacent to the river in Buffalo1993 4120104 Niagaraestablished
116266 NYErieNiagara River, Erie CWA Van de Water (Niagara River)1989 4120104 Niagaraestablished
154984 NYErieNiagara River, W shore of Grand Island, NW of Buffalo1996 4120104 Niagaraestablished
862990 NYNiagara[No locality provided]2007 4120104 Niagaraestablished
862991 NYNiagara[No locality provided]2007 4120104 Niagaraestablished
242490 NYNiagaraErie Canal at Lockport, NY1990 4120104 Niagaraestablished
116270 NYNiagaraNiagara River, Lockport Water Plant, Lockport, New York1989 4120104 Niagaraestablished
116269 NYNiagaraNiagara River, Niagara County Water Plant, New York1989 4120104 Niagaraestablished
116100 NYNiagaraNiagara River, Niagara Falls, NY1990 4120104 Niagaraestablished

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