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Zebra Mussels Spread Rapidly in Lake Minnetonka
The Daily Journal
Wednesday July 6, 2011

Deephaven – A study has found that zebra mussels are rapidly spreading throughout Lake Minnetonka, one of the most popular lakes in the Twin Cities area.

The Minnehaha Creek Watershed District said Wednesday it found zebra mussels – a particularly destructive non-native mollusk – present at most testing sites across the lake.

Zebra mussels were first detected in Wayzata Bay near the eastern end of the sprawling lake last summer. Follow-up data collected last fall found zebra mussels across much of the eastern half of Minnetonka.

 
 


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