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

8 results for Dreissena polymorpha (zebra mussel)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
116521 WVFayetteKanawha River (R.M. 84), London L & D, near Smithers, West Virginia1992 5050006 Upper Kanawhaestablished
116522 WVFayetteKanawha River (R.M. 84), London L & D, near Smithers, West Virginia1992 5050006 Upper Kanawhaestablished
116514 WVKanawhaKanawha River, Marmet L & D, Marmet, West Virginia1992 5050006 Upper Kanawhaestablished
116519 WVMasonOhio River (R.M. 237.5), Racine L&D, near Letart, West Virginia1992 5030202 Upper Ohio-Shadeestablished
116699 WVMasonOhio River (R.M. 242.0) near New Haven, WV1992 5030202 Upper Ohio-Shadeestablished
116516 WVMasonOhio River (R.M. 279.2), Robert C. Byrd L&D, Gallipolis, West Virginia1992 5090101 Raccoon-Symmesestablished
116520 WVPleasantsOhio River (R.M. 161.7), Willow Island L & D, near Willow Island, West Virginia1992 5030201 Little Muskingum-Middle Islandestablished
116515 WVPutnamKanawha River (R.M. 31.2), Winfield L & D, Winfield, West Virginia1992 5050008 Lower Kanawhaestablished

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