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Invasive Sea Squirt Threatens Connecticut's $30 Million Shellfish Industry

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9/29/2011 11:32 AM

Environmental Protection Online, September 29, 2011

Environmental Protection Online, September 29, 2011: The invasive sea squirt, Styela clava, has now been discovered along the Eastern Seaboard as far south as Bridgeport Harbor and poses a significant danger to Connecticut’s $30 million shellfish business, according to field research conducted by Carmela Cuomo, head of the marine biology program at UNH and several of her students.

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