Resembling small kernels of rice, frost-encased New Zealand mud snails sit frozen to a leaf discovered by Allen Pleus, Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife’s Aquatic Invasive Species coordinator, as he combed the frozen shoreline along Capitol Lake.
Resembling small kernels of rice, frost-encased New Zealand mud snails sit frozen to a leaf discovered by Allen Pleus, Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife’s Aquatic Invasive Species coordinator, as he combed the frozen shoreline along Capitol Lake. Steve Bloom Staff file, 2013
Resembling small kernels of rice, frost-encased New Zealand mud snails sit frozen to a leaf discovered by Allen Pleus, Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife’s Aquatic Invasive Species coordinator, as he combed the frozen shoreline along Capitol Lake. Steve Bloom Staff file, 2013

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