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Zebra Mussels
are Typically Found In:
WHAT ARE ZEBRA MUSSELS?

Zebra mussels are a small, destructive
invasive species that can spread across Texas
by hitching a ride on boats and trailers. They
grow to only about 1 ½ inches and develop a
distinctive zebra-striped shell. One zebra
mussel can produce up to one million
microscopic larvae. Zebra mussels can cause
tremendous environmental and economic
damage – hurting aquatic life, damaging your
boat, hindering water recreation and even
threatening your water supply.
WHERE ARE ZEBRA MUSSELS?
The following
Texas lakes are classified as
As well as rivers downstream of infested lakes,
including the Red, Leon, and Elm Fork of the
Trinity, are classified as “positive” for zebra
mussels. Lakes Fork and Ray Hubbard are
classified as “suspect”.
ZEBRA MUSSELS HURT US ALL

Zebra mussels multiply rapidly over large areas,
lack natural predators in Texas lakes and can
cause tremendous environmental and economic
damage.
Zebra mussels can damage boats by encrusting
boat hulls; clogging water systems used in boat
motors, air conditioners and heads; and by
causing navigation buoys to sink.
Zebra mussels can disrupt water supplies by
colonizing inside pipelines and restricting the
flow of water, damaging water intake structures
that provide water to thousands of homes and
businesses, making water more expensive.
Zebra mussels take over habitats from native
species, damaging lake ecology and affecting
fish populations
TRANSPORTING ZEBRA
MUSSELS IS ILLEGAL
What Lakes are they In Now!
Where Do They Hide
Some Problems they cause
Marina Pier with Zebra Mussels
before Treatment
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Canyon Lake
Lake Austin

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MUSSELS SINK YOUR BOAT
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Reports From Tennessee
On Infestation
TWRA warns invasive water
species are on the rise
Norris Lake , Tennessee
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Zebra Mussel Status
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