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Restoring the Northern Riffleshell Mussel - Allegheny River

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Freshwater mussels are important aquatic species-- as food for other species--and, for water quality. A healthy mussel population indicates good water quality for communities. Watch these biologists as they capture mussels for relocation to bolster their numbers. Click on these links to learn more about the work of the FWS Ohio Ecological Services Office and the Pennsylvania Boat and Fish Commission.

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