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Griffiths, R.W., D. Schloesser, J.H. Leach, and W.P. Kovalak. 1991. Distribution and dispersal of zebra mussel (Dreissena polymorpha) in the Great Lakes region. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 48:1381-1388.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 9048
Type: Journal Article
Author: Griffiths, R.W., D. Schloesser, J.H. Leach, and W.P. Kovalak
Date (year): 1991
Article Title:Distribution and dispersal of zebra mussel (Dreissena polymorpha) in the Great Lakes region.
Journal Name: Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences
Volume: 48
Issue:
Pages: 1381-1388
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Keywords: invertebrate, mollusk, zebra mussel, Dreissena polymorpha, distribution, Great Lakes
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Dreissena polymorpha

    ONT - Lake St. Clair, near Ruscom, Ontario, Canada
    ONT - Lake St. Clair, near Ruscom, Ontario, Canada
    ONT - Lake St. Clair, E of Peche Island, Ontario, Canada
    ONT - Lake Erie, Rondeau Bay (East Dock), Ontario, Canada
    ONT - Lake Erie, west of Rondeau
    ONT - Lake Erie, Chickenolee Shoal [SE off Pelee Island]
    ONT - Lake Erie, Little Chicken Island Shoal, Ontario, Canada [SW off Pelee Island]
    ONT - Lake Erie, Hen Island Shoal, Ontario, Canada [NW off Pelee Island]
    ONT - Lake Erie, nearshore off Middle Sister Island, Ontario, Canada
    PA - Lake Erie, W of Presque Isle
    ONT - Tilbury Water Treatment Plant, Ontario, Canada
    ONT - Lake Erie, gas platform 10 km S of Clear Creek, Ontario, Canada
    NY - Lake Erie, west side of Dunkirk Harbor in power utility intake
    ONT - Lake Erie at the Nanticoke Generating Station in Nanticoke, Ontario, Canada
    OH - Lake Erie, power plant intake, Cleveland
    MI - Lake Erie, off the Edison [power] Plant at the River Raisin, Monroe


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