A genetic comparison of five Great Lakes populations of Dreissena
1993, Dispersal mechanisms of the zebra mussel Dreissena
The effect of echinostomatids on Dreissena
and other intermediate hosts is usually benign (Molloy et al.
KEY WORDS: aquatic invaders, spread at different spatial scales, Dreissena
Two dreissenid mussels were introduced into the Laurentian Great Lakes of North America during the 1980s: the zebra mussel (Dreissena
polymorpha Pallas 1771) and the quagga mussel Dreissena
rostriformis bugensis (Hebert et al.
Effects of temperature on byssal thread production by the freshwater mussel, Dreissena
KEY WORDS: freshwater mussel, zebra mussel Dreissena
polymorpha, digestion, enzyme, Amhlema plicata, Lampsilis cardium
Environmental factors influencing the biodeposition of the suspension feeding bivalve Dreissena
polymorpha (Pallas): comparison of brackish and fresh water populations in the Northern Baltic Sea and Lake Peipsi.
A depletion of lipids was reported in Zebra mussels Dreissena
polymorpha from the polluted site in France .
Contrasting distribution and impacts of two freshwater exotic suspension feeders, Dreissena
polymorpha and Corbicula fluminea.
Take, for example, the havoc a tiny mollusk, the zebra mussel Dreissena
polymorpha, continues to wreak across the United States.
fluminea South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks (2011); D = Dreissena
polymorpha (Pallas, 1771) Missouri Department of Conservation (2001), Duggan (2009b).
Polymorpha, 77 ECOLOGY 1686, 1687 (1996).
Declines were first observed in the early 1990s, just a few years after two invasive mussels, Dreissena
polymorpha (zebra mussel) and Dreissena
rostriformis bugensis (quagga mussel) became established.
Live specimens of the introduced bivalves Corbicula fluminea (Asian Clam) and Dreissena
polymorpha (Zebra Mussel) were observed in low numbers at this site.