Invasive Species in Michigan

September 13, 2010

Shell Cluster

Shell Cluster, photo by johndecember.

All week we’re going to be featuring invasive species – who they are, what they’re doing to our lakes & land and how folks are working to stop them. See the articles as we post them on Absolute MichiganMichigan in Pictures and !

I actually already blogged this photo to Pandora’s Locks: How Invasive Species got into the Great Lakes on Absolute Michigan. The book is a must-read for anyone who wants to learn how the way the shipping industry operates guarantees that invasive species will spread.

You will note that John has TWO invaders here, the zebra mussel and the Asian ladybird beetle. Check this out bigger in John’s slideshow!

2 Responses to “Invasive Species in Michigan”

  1. lashay Says:

    This is a really cool site where you can learn about invasive species.Keep up the good work.

    Lashay Townsand


  2. LOL I AM SO SCARWD :()


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