Subject: Why are zebra mussels not a problem in Western Europe ?
Date: Fri Jan 16 12:39:54 1998
Posted by Harry M. Diesel
Grade level: nonaligned
School: No school entered.
City: Kansas City State/Province: MO
Area of science: Environment/Ecology
Zebra mussels, an exotic problem species in North America, are
apparently not a serious problem in areas of Western Europe where they
have spread beyond their historic home range. One would expect them to
cause the same kinds of problems in Great Britain and nearby areas.
What's the difference?
Re: Why are zebra mussels not a problem in Western Europe ?
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