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

10 Results for Dreissena polymorpha (zebra mussel)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
862701 NYClinton[No locality provided]1999 4150409 Richelieu Riverestablished
863015 NYClinton[No locality provided]2004 4150409 Richelieu Riverestablished
117629 NYClintonLake Champlain at Rouses Point (SH 11), NY1996 4150409 Richelieu Riverestablished
117626 NYClintonLake Champlain at Rouses Point (SH 11), NY1996 4150409 Richelieu Riverestablished
117627 NYClintonLake Champlain at Rouses Point (SH 11), NY1996 4150409 Richelieu Riverestablished
117628 NYClintonLake Champlain at Rouses Point (SH 11), NY1996 4150409 Richelieu Riverestablished
117531 NYClintonLake Champlain at Rouses Point (SH 11), NY1996 4150409 Richelieu Riverestablished
117624 NYClintonLake Champlain at Rouses Point (SH 11), NY1996 4150409 Richelieu Riverestablished
117625 NYClintonLake Champlain at Rouses Point (SH 11), NY1996 4150409 Richelieu Riverestablished
117116 NYClintonLake Champlain at Rouses Point, New York1994 4150409 Richelieu Riverestablished

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