NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
University of Wisconsin Sea Grant. 2011. Zebra Mussel Watch. http://www.seagrant.wisc.edu/zebramussels/table.html.
Reference Number: 24064
Type: Web Page
Author: University of Wisconsin Sea Grant.
Date (year): 2011
Title:Zebra Mussel Watch.
Keywords: zebra mussel, Wisconsin, Lake Michigan, Lake Superior, Dreissena polymorpha, Mississippi River
Dreissena polymorpha WI - Golden Lake [~2 mi NE of Sullivan] WI - Tichigan Lake [just N of Waterford, WI] WI - Lake Wazeecha [Fourmile Creek, ~2 mi E of Wisconsin Rapids] WI - Clark Lake [Whitefish Dunes State Park, ~9 mi NE of Surgeon Bay]] WI - Mauthe Lake [~5 mi E of Campbellsport] WI - Auburn Lake [~3 mi E of Campbellsport] WI - Castle Rock Lake [Wisconsin River, ~10 mi E of New Lisbon] WI - Wisconsin River, at Petenwell Lake [~ 2 mi NE of Necedah] WI - Benedict Lake [~3 mi NE of Genoa City] WI - Lake Noquebay [~4 mi NE of Crivitz] WI - Oconto Falls Pond [in Oconto Falls] WI - Middle Lake [part of Lauderdale Lakes in Lauderdale] WI - Green Lake [one of Lauderdale Lakes in Lauderdale] WI - Pleasant Lake [near Lauderdale] WI - Tombeau Lake [~2 mi N of Genoa City] WI - Applebecker Millpond [in Delafield] WI - Beaver Lake [in Chenequa] WI - Eagle Spring Lake [in Eagleville] WI - Hunters Lake [in Dousman] WI - Lake Keesus [just N of Merton] WI - Middle Genesee Lake [~3 mi W of Delafield] WI - Pine Lake [in Chenequa] WI - Silver Lake [~4 mi W of Delafield] WI - Upper Oconomowoc Lake [in Oconomowoc] WI - Partridge Lake [in Freemont] WI - Little Lake Butte des Morts [between Appleton and Menasha] WI - Wisconsin River WI - Wisconsin River WI - Oconto River WI - Sheboygan River WI - Honey Creek WI - Cedar Creek WI - Wolf River, on the right side, opposite Red Banks Resort WI - Wolf River WI - Fox River WI - Neehnah Channel [in Neenah] WI - Wisconsin River
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