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

13 results for Dreissena polymorpha (zebra mussel)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
270217 WIMenomineeMoshawquit Lake2009 4030104 Ocontoestablished
1426437 WIMenomineeMoshawquit Lake (Legend Chain)2009 4030104 Ocontoestablished
1423900 WIOcontoBass Lake2014 4030104 Ocontoestablished
1425564 WIOcontoChute Pond2014 4030104 Ocontoestablished
1424244 WIOcontoKelly Lake2015 4030104 Ocontoestablished
1425878 WIOcontoMachickanee Flowage2002 4030104 Ocontoestablished
753340 WIOcontoMachickanee Flowage2002 4030104 Ocontoestablished
157234 WIOcontoMachickanee Flowage, between Oconto and Oconto Falls2002 4030104 Ocontoestablished
753298 WIOcontoOconto River2005 4030104 Ocontoestablished
1426625 WIOcontoOconto Falls Pond2005 4030104 Ocontoestablished
243364 WIOcontoOconto Falls Pond [in Oconto Falls]2005 4030104 Ocontoestablished
753335 WIOcontoOconto River1999 4030104 Ocontoestablished
243389 WIOcontoOconto River1999 4030104 Ocontoestablished

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