Scientists wish mollusk-munching redear sunfish can re re solve problem with pests in valleyвЂ™s primary water supply
Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2009 | 2 a.m.
Dead quagga mussels are clustered for a stone at Lake Mead a year ago. The mollusks release toxins that will move within the system.
- Understood aliases: Chinquapin, Shellcracker, Mason Bream, Tupelo Bream, Mongrel Bream, Yellow Bream, Stumpknocker, GI (Government Improved) Bream
- The basic dorsal coloration is olive with darker specks.
- Redear depend mostly on mollusks for food and donвЂ™t compete heavily with insect-eating seafood. Redear have actually very developed teeth that are grinding or shell crackers вЂ” in their throats. One’s teeth crush snails, their fare of preference.
- Redear are typically based in the United that is southeast States but have already been introduced into a few states. Read More — Popular sport seafood could re re solve Lake MeadвЂ™s clam infestation