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
261361 TXGraysonLake Texoma [Red River] between Dennison Dam and Eisenhower State Park2009 11130210 Lake Texomaestablished
262147 TXGraysonLake Texoma [Red River] between Dennison Dam and Eisenhower State Park2009 11130210 Lake Texomaestablished
269557 TXGraysonLake Texoma [Red River], at the mouth of main cove at Eisenhower State Park2009 11130210 Lake Texomaestablished
269562 TXGraysonLake Texoma [Red River], launch ramp at Highport2009 11130210 Lake Texomaestablished
269563 TXGraysonLake Texoma [Red River], launch ramp at Russwood2009 11130210 Lake Texomaestablished
269560 TXGraysonLake Texoma [Red River], mid-arm in Little Mineral Arm2009 11130210 Lake Texomaestablished
262148 TXGraysonLake Texoma [Red River], near Highport Resort Park2009 11130210 Lake Texomaestablished
269556 TXGraysonLake Texoma [Red River], near outlet structure of the dam2009 11130210 Lake Texomaestablished
269559 TXGraysonLake Texoma [Red River], upper end of Little Mineral Arm]2009 11130210 Lake Texomaestablished
262108 TXGraysonWest Prong Sister Grove Creek [NE of Dallas]2009 12030106 East Fork Trinityunknown

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