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Nalepa, T.F. 1994. Decline of native unionid bivalves in Lake St. Clair after infestation by the zebra mussel, Dreissena polymorpha. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 51:2227-2233.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 9095
Type: Journal Article
Author: Nalepa, T.F.
Date (year): 1994
Article Title:Decline of native unionid bivalves in Lake St. Clair after infestation by the zebra mussel, Dreissena polymorpha.
Journal Name: Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences
Volume: 51
Issue:
Pages: 2227-2233
URL:
Keywords: invertebrate, mollusk, zebra mussel, Dreissena polymorpha, impacts, unionids
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Dreissena polymorpha

    ONT - Lake St. Clair East of Peche Island city park
    ONT - Lake St. Clair East of Peche Island city park
    ONT - Lake St. Clair East of Peche Island city park
    ONT - Lake St. Clair across in between Emeryville and Belle River
    ONT - Lake St. Clair out of Belle River Marina
    ONT - Lake St. Clair across Belle River
    ONT - Lake St. Clair across from Ruscom Shores Conservation Area
    ONT - Southeast area of Lake St. Clair
    ONT - Lake St. Clair in between Stoney Point and Tremblay Beach Conservation Area
    ONT - Southeast area of Lake St. Clair
    ONT - Lake St. Clair across from Lighthouse Cove
    ONT - Lake St. Clair to the left of St. Clair National Wildlife Area
    ONT - Lake St. Clair in between Stoney Point and Lighthouse Cove
    ONT - Lake St. Clair across from Stoney point
    ONT - Lake St. Clair in between Ruscom Conservation Area and Stoney Point
    ONT - Lake St. Clair across from Ruscom Shores Conservation Area
    ONT - Southern area of Lake St. Clair
    ONT - Lake St. Clair across from Emeryville
    ONT - Lake St. Clair between between Belle River and Deerbrook
    ONT - Lake St. Clair across from Belle River Marina
    ONT - Lake St. Clair to the left of Emeryville
    ONT - Lake St. Clair across from Emeryville
    ONT - Lake St. Clair across from Belle River
    ONT - Lake St. Clair between Belle River and Deerbrook
    ONT - Lake St. Clair across from Deerbrook
    ONT - Lake St. Clair between Deerbrook and Stoney Point
    ONT - Lake St. Clair across from Stoney Point
    ONT - Lake St. Clair between Stoney Point and Lighthouse Cove
    MI - Lake St. Clair across from Belle Isle


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