Dreissena bugensis
Dreissena bugensis
(quagga mussel)
Mollusks-Bivalves
Exotic

9 results for Dreissena bugensis (quagga mussel)

Impact ID Scientific Name Impact Type Study Type Study Location Impact Description Reference
5240 Dreissena bugensis Infrastructure Anecdotal N/A Dreissena rostriformis bugensis clogs water pipes in London, costing millions of pounds... 38077
6421 Dreissena bugensis Infrastructure Anecdotal Field Dreissena bugensis damage water treatment facilities. 41922
7398 Dreissena bugensis Infrastructure Anecdotal N/A Dreissena bugensis biofoul water pipes and damage other infrastructure. 42296
7725 Dreissena bugensis Infrastructure Anecdotal N/A Dreissena bugensis clog water intake structures which requires more intensive maintenance... 42476
7731 Dreissena bugensis Infrastructure Anecdotal N/A Dreissena bugensis can damage infrastructure such as pipes and machinery by clogging up... 42480
8249 Dreissena bugensis Infrastructure Anecdotal N/A Although Dreissena bugensis lacks the keeled shape that allows D. polymorpha to... 22471
8250 Dreissena bugensis Infrastructure Anecdotal N/A Dreissena bugensis can clog water intake structures, such as pipes and screens, thereby... 18561
8251 Dreissena bugensis Infrastructure Anecdotal N/A Dreissena bugensis colonization has occurred at the Hoover, Imperial, Davis, and Parker... 24621
9502 Dreissena bugensis Infrastructure Observational Field Dreissena bugensis, in the United States, have the ability to cause significant economic... 42982

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [7/15/2024].

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