What is the carrying capacity of Zebra Mussels?
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.
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, 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…