Confinement measures, such as warning signs and fencing, around Olympia's Capitol Lake to keep the New Zealand mud snail from spreading may be working, according to a draft report. A survey of water bodies within five miles of the lake show no signs of the invasive creature.
Confinement measures, such as warning signs and fencing, around Olympia's Capitol Lake to keep the New Zealand mud snail from spreading may be working, according to a draft report. A survey of water bodies within five miles of the lake show no signs of the invasive creature. The Olympian
Confinement measures, such as warning signs and fencing, around Olympia's Capitol Lake to keep the New Zealand mud snail from spreading may be working, according to a draft report. A survey of water bodies within five miles of the lake show no signs of the invasive creature. The Olympian

Snail seclusion successful

October 19, 2010 12:00 AM

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