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A canary kingshell (Lampsilis sietmani) at the Center for Aquatic Mollusk Programs in Lake City, Minnesota.

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A canary kingshell (Lampsilis sietmani) at the Center for Aquatic Mollusk Programs in Lake City, Minnesota.

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A pair of unidentified fingernail clams (Sphaerium sp.) at the Center for Aquatic Mollusk Programs in Lake City, Minnesota.

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A pair of fingernail clams (Sphaerium sp.) at the Center for Aquatic Mollusk Programs in Lake City, Minnesota.

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A round pigtoe (Pleurobema sintoxia) at the Center for Aquatic Mollusk Programs in Lake City, Minnesota.

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A round pigtoe (Pleurobema sintoxia) at the Center for Aquatic Mollusk Programs in Lake City, Minnesota.

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A pimpleback (Cyclonaias putsulosa) at the Center for Aquatic Mollusk Programs in Lake City, Minnesota.

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A pimpleback (Cyclonaias putsulosa) at the Center for Aquatic Mollusk Programs in Lake City, Minnesota.

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A spike (Eurynia dilatata) at the Center for Aquatic Mollusk Programs in Lake City, Minnesota.

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A spike (Eurynia dilatata) at the Center for Aquatic Mollusk Programs in Lake City, Minnesota.

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A fatmucket (Lampsilis siliquoidea) at the Center for Aquatic Mollusk Programs in Lake City, Minnesota.

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A fatmucket (Lampsilis siliquoidea) at the Center for Aquatic Mollusk Programs in Lake City, Minnesota.

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A wabash pigtoe (Fusconaia flava) at the Center for Aquatic Mollusk Programs in Lake City, Minnesota.

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A wabash pigtoe (Fusconaia flava) at the Center for Aquatic Mollusk Programs in Lake City, Minnesota.

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A lilliput (Toxolasma parvum) at the Center for Aquatic Mollusk Programs in Lake City, Minnesota.

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A lilliput (Toxolasma parvum) at the Center for Aquatic Mollusk Programs in Lake City, Minnesota.

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A fawnsfoot (Truncilla donaciformi) at the Center for Aquatic Mollusk Programs in Lake City, Minnesota.

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A fawnsfoot (Truncilla donaciformi) at the Center for Aquatic Mollusk Programs in Lake City, Minnesota.

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A pink heelsplitter (Potamilus alatus) at the Center for Aquatic Mollusk Programs in Lake City, Minnesota.

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A pink heelsplitter (Potamilus alatus) at the Center for Aquatic Mollusk Programs in Lake City, Minnesota.

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A banded mystery snail (Viviparus georgianus) at the Center for Aquatic Mollusk Programs in Lake City, Minnesota.

This species is terribly invasive and is famous for killing off native mussels.

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A banded mystery snail (Viviparus georgianus) at the Center for Aquatic Mollusk Programs in Lake City, Minnesota.

This species is terribly invasive and is famous for killing off native mussels.

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A zebra mussel (Dreissena polymorpha) at the Center for Aquatic Mollusk Programs in Lake City, Minnesota.

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A zebra mussel (Dreissena polymorpha) at the Center for Aquatic Mollusk Programs in Lake City, Minnesota.

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A zebra mussel (Dreissena polymorpha) showing a byssal thread, which it uses to attach onto things, at the Center for Aquatic Mollusk Programs in Lake City, Minnesota.

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A pointed Campeloma snail (Campeloma sp.) at the Center for Aquatic Mollusk Programs in Lake City, Minnesota.

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A pointed Campeloma snail (Campeloma sp.) at the Center for Aquatic Mollusk Programs in Lake City, Minnesota.

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An unidentified amphipod (Amphipoda sp.) at the Center for Aquatic Mollusk Programs in Lake City, Minnesota.

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An unidentified amphipod species (Amphipoda sp.) at the Center for Aquatic Mollusk Programs in Lake City, Minnesota.

Collected at Gorman Creek near Kellogg, Minnesota.

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A juvenile orangespotted sunfish, (Lepomis humilis) at the Center for Aquatic Mollusk Programs in Lake City, Minnesota.

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A juvenile orangespotted sunfish, (Lepomis humilis) at the Center for Aquatic Mollusk Programs in Lake City, Minnesota.

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A mimic shiner (Notropis volucellus) at the Center for Aquatic Mollusk Programs in Lake City, Minnesota.

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A mimic shiner (Notropis volucellus) at the Center for Aquatic Mollusk Programs in Lake City, Minnesota.

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A mimic shiner (Notropis volucellus) at the Center for Aquatic Mollusk Programs in Lake City, Minnesota.

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A mimic shiner (Notropis volucellus) at the Center for Aquatic Mollusk Programs in Lake City, Minnesota.

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An endangered gilt darter (Percina evides) at the Center for Aquatic Mollusk Programs in Lake City, Minnesota.

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