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
264955 MABerkshireHousatonic River [E side of Stockbridge]2009 01100005 Housatonicestablished
264967 MABerkshireHousatonic River [just below confluence with Laurel Brook in Lee]2009 01100005 Housatonicestablished
264968 MABerkshireHousatonic River [just below I-90 Bridge in Lee]2009 01100005 Housatonicestablished
264954 MABerkshireHousatonic River, 0.9 mile d/s of Laurel Brook2009 01100005 Housatonicestablished
278369 MABerkshireHousatonic River, near Great Barrington2011 01100005 Housatoniccollected
264966 MABerkshireLaurel Brook [outlet to Laurel Lake in Lee]2009 01100005 Housatonicestablished
261907 MABerkshireLaurel Lake, in Lee2009 01100005 Housatonicestablished
887457 MABerkshireLaurel Lake, in Lee, east side, boat launch area parking lot, south end of lot, under rocks, Route 202009 01100005 Housatonicestablished
887458 MABerkshireLaurel Lake, in Lee, southeast side, at outflow, at entrance to paved concrete outflow, amidst contained riprap (flows to Housatonic River), just before Lake Road Crossing, off Route 202009 01100005 Housatonicestablished
1256639 MABerkshireLaurel Lake, Lee2015 01100005 Housatonicestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [2/29/2024].

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