Relic Populations of the Ebony Shell, Fusconaia ebena (Bivalvia: Unionidae), in the Upper Mississippi River Drainage

@article{Kelner2000RelicPO,
  title={Relic Populations of the Ebony Shell, Fusconaia ebena (Bivalvia: Unionidae), in the Upper Mississippi River Drainage},
  author={Daniel E. Kelner and B. Sietman},
  journal={Journal of Freshwater Ecology},
  year={2000},
  volume={15},
  pages={371 - 377}
}
ABSTRACT The ebony shell (Fusconaia ebena) is extirpated from much of the upper Mississippi River drainage. Nonetheless, in the past 25 years 94 live individuals were collected at 23 sites in the upper Mississippi River between Lock and Dam 6 and 26, three sites in the lower St. Croix River, and one site in the lower Wisconsin River. Most of the recent records were from the lower St. Croix River and the lower reaches of the upper Mississippi River. These data support the hypothesis that Lock… Expand
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