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Anonymous. 1989. Another exotic organism, the zebra clam, finds its way to the Great Lakes. U.S. Department of the Interior , Fish and Wildlife Service. Ann Arbor, Michigan. 89 (12):pp. 2.
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Reference Number: 38715
Type: News
Author: Anonymous
Date (year): 1989
Title:Another exotic organism, the zebra clam, finds its way to the Great Lakes
Publisher:U.S. Department of the Interior , Fish and Wildlife Service
Publisher Location:Ann Arbor, Michigan
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Keywords: Zebra clam, zebra mussel, Dreissena polymorpha
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