Tom Hungerford, a fisheries biologist for Texas Parks and Wildlife, holds a zebra mussel he found last year in Eagle Mountain Lake.
Tom Hungerford, a fisheries biologist for Texas Parks and Wildlife, holds a zebra mussel he found last year in Eagle Mountain Lake. Rodger Mallison rmallison@star-telegram.com
Tom Hungerford, a fisheries biologist for Texas Parks and Wildlife, holds a zebra mussel he found last year in Eagle Mountain Lake. Rodger Mallison rmallison@star-telegram.com

Invasive zebra mussel populations may explode in North Texas

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