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Old 04-14-2010, 06:44 PM   #1
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Default Invasive Fish and Mussels Team Up to Transfer Toxic Substances Into Great Lakes Walleyes

Invasive Fish and Mussels Team Up to Transfer Toxic Substances Into Great Lakes Walleyes
ScienceDaily
Apr. 9, 2010

Invasive fish and mussels team up to transfer toxic substances into Great Lakes walleyes
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The links between zebra mussels, round gobies and contaminated Saginaw Bay walleyes is a disturbing example of unanticipated problems that can occur when non-native species get loose in the Great Lakes, said University of Michigan fishery biologist David Jude, lead author of a paper on the topic published online April 9 in the Journal of Great Lakes Research...
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