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Media Photos: Invasive Sea Squirt Threatens Connecticut’s $30 Million Shellfish Industry

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9/13/2011 10:14 PM
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September 14, 2011: Invasive sea squirt (Styela clava) threatens farming of shellfish in Long Island Sound. UNH also has identified an invasive species of shrimp (Palaemon macrodactylus) in Connecticut waters.  Click images below for larger version.

University of New Haven: Marine Biology, styela clava 01

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University of New Haven: Marine Biology, styela clava 02

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University of New Haven: Marine Biology, styela clava 03

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University of New Haven: Marine Biology, styela clava 04

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University of New Haven: Marine Biology, styela clava 06, Nicholas Brunetti

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Palaemon macrodactylus

University of New Haven: Marine Biology, Palaemon macrodactylus 01

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University of New Haven: Marine Biology, Palaemon macrodactylus 02

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