How did zebra mussels come to Canada?
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Zebra mussels got to Canada from ballast water dumped by large ocean-going vessels from Europe.
how zebra mussels got to canada is a large ship was in the water and they where carried over on the big ship
water by japan
The Zebra mussel is a mollusc that is native to freshwater lakes in Russia.
Zebra mussels belong to the family Dreissenidae. These are freshwater bivalve mollusks. Despite their name, zebra mussels are not true mussels.
zebra mussels are being controlled my nets
It will send zebra mussels into fatal shock
The zebra mussels are being controlled by putting chemicals into the pipes to kill the zebra mussels
Zebra mussels move by squirting water through their siphon. It's a form of jet propulsion. They are also transported by clinging to boats. Zebra mussels are very invasive.
No, they aren't. Zebra mussels are mussels, which is a kind of bivalve mollusk. They call them that because of there pattern on the shell. Some don't have it, but most do.
The answer is not certain but Zebra Mussels have a very high carrying capacity. They can produce millions of offspring per year which is why they are an invasive species. Zebra Mussels also have very little predators.
some people control zebra mussels by eating them or fishing with nets or even go under water themselves and pull out the zebra mussels to stop them from over populating and clogging up things.
Zebra mussels travel from one country to another by ship.
nothing is good about zebra muccels
Zebra mussles improve water clarity.
Zebra mussels are invasive species in North America, Spain, Italy, Sweden, and Ireland. It was first found in Russia.
We can kill them!
There are several biotic that are needed by zebra mussels. They need algae, bacteria, mold, and other small animals that they can eat.
the zebra mussel was introduced in 1988 in a lake in onario.
certain fish can only eat the zebra mussel
Zebra mussels were originally native to the lakes southeast of Russia.
Zebra muscles are an invasive species, meaning they have come over from another country and don't belong here. The zebra musscles eat plants that the other native organisms need to survive and begin to overrun waters, clog water systems, and kill native animals, though some, like the diving ducks, will eat the zebra mussels. In short, invasive species upset the natural balance of an ecosystem.
their not their super soft
A Zebra Mussel is a mollusk that can have a shell with stripes that resemble a zebra. Zebra Mussel's do mostly eat algae.
fish, birds and humans
i dont think soo
mow it down with a chainsaw
No. Zebra mussel are only called so because of their black and white appearance. Zebra are not mussels at all, but are equines.
You disrupt their reproductive process. you wash your boats with hot water. you put up signs telling boaters how to prevent zebra mussels so they don't spread farther.
some governments are putting chemicals such as pesticide into lakes to kill zebra mussels, also have put a 250 dollar fine to moving invasive species
Yes and many other fish food sources basically zebra mussels take over the whole body of water WRONG.I DONT KNOW
Naegleria fowleri and Zebra mussels cannot live together as it may cause fatalities. The former is parasitic and affect any animal that is put together with it. Putting them together in a tank is not advisable. In the wild, they may live together as long as the Zebra mussels can produce enough young to deal with the deficit.
zebra mussels eat the same thing as larva fish so there isn't going to be as many fish because they won't have any fish ;p
Dreissena polymorpha is the Zebra Mussel
cool and wet
You can eat them. But it's very dangrous.
they have no natural predators
mabye but that is for the world to find out
They live inside wales and when the whales die and decay they sink to the bottom of the nile river, then geese dive down and pick them out and bring them to Canada!!!! PS lol
Zebra Mussels, which are a small striped freshwater mussel from NE Europe, have been steadily invading America's rivers and lakes. They can attach themselves to any surface which includes water pipes; water pipes can easily be clogged up and with a couple hundred Zebra Mussels which can cause a big problem. Zebra Mussels lay anywhere from 30,000 to 1 million eggs each year, that's a lot of Zebra Mussels! Zebra Mussels deposit pollutants as… Read More
The tiny hairs beat in the water to assist in the movement of the zebra mussel, kind of like the cilia of an amoeba. The motion of the hairs also serves to bring food towards the mussels.-Akilae
YES THEY CAN. zebra mussels have razor sharp shells and many beaches that have zebra mussels will require you to wear water shoes. Up in North Bay I got 8 stitches for a very very deep cut on the bottom of my left foot most likely from a zebra mussel with several cuts on my right foot.
nothing beet that people
Sea lamprey Zebra mussels
they eat zebra mussels chironomids mollusks
Yes they are an invasive pest in NZ
cos they can
zebra mussels are not directly harmful to humans, however they have decimated some native mollusk species and caused many different forms of distress to humans. they clog underwater pipes, damage boat engines, and are sharp.