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The Associated Press. 2019. Invasive monster mussels discovered; officials say they averted an ‘ecological nightmare’. Pennsylvania Real-Time News. Pennslyvania. https://www.pennlive.com/news/2019/11/invasive-monster-mussels-discovered-officials-say-they-averted-an-ecological-nightmare.html. Created on 12/02/2019. Accessed on 12/02/2019.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 33962
Type: News
Author: The Associated Press
Date (year): 2019
Title:Invasive monster mussels discovered; officials say they averted an ‘ecological nightmare’
Publisher:Pennsylvania Real-Time News
Publisher Location:Pennslyvania
URL: https://www.pennlive.com/news/2019/11/invasive-monster-mussels-discovered-officials-say-they-averted-an-ecological-nightmare.html
Accessed on: 12/02/2019
Created on: 12/02/2019
Keywords: Chinese pond mussel, Sinanodonta woodiana, New Jersey, eradication
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Sinanodonta woodiana

    NJ - fish ponds, off Joe Ent Road, 3.3 air miles south-southeast of the center of Pittstown, Franklin Township, Hunterdon County


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