Educational Resources

Ordering information:
To order Zap the Zebra Mussel Brochures and/or free Zebra Mussel, Green Crab, Mitten Crab and New Zealand Mudsnail cards, please contact Susan Anderson at Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission for further information:
(503) 595-3100 |

Video – Aquatic Invasive Species – Minnesota Waters At Risk (May 2012)
Invasive educational video: “Defending Favorite Places” (Wildlife Forever)
“The Silent Invasion” (Video, Oregon Public Broadcasting)

Asian Carp
Asian Carp Poster

Asian Carp ID Key

Atlantic Salmon
1. Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Atlantic Salmon Brochure
2. Alaska Department of Fish and Game Atlantic Salmon Reward Poster
3. Atlantic vs. Pacific Identification Poster
Atlantic Salmon Fact Sheet

Ballast Water
West Coast Ballast Water Outreach Project

Chinese Mitten Crab
Mitten Crab ID Card
Chinese Mitten Crab Fact Sheet

Green Crab
Green Crab Watch Card
Green Crab Fact Sheet

Hydrilla-Elodea Watch Card

New Zealand Mudsnail
How to Prevent the Spread of New Zealand Mudsnails through Field Gear (Oregon Sea Grant, 2010)
How to Prevent the Spread of New Zealand Mudsnails
New Zealand Mudsnail Brochure
New Zealand Mudsnail Fact Sheet

Zebra/Quagga Mussel
Quagga Mussels on the Lower Colorado River Photo Gallery (Source – BOR)
Quagga and Zebra Mussel Public Domain Images (USFWS, NPS)
Catalog of Interviews and Images from the Making of “Don’t Move a Mussel 2011”
Minnesota Aquatic Invasive Species Free Public Service Videos
Cal Fish and Game Quagga Mussel PSA (May 2012)
Video – How the Quagga Mussel Endangers California’s Water Supply (2012)
Preventing an Invasive  Mussel Nightmare (May 2011) — USFWS Video  Highlighting Watercraft Inspection Training Program
The Threat of Invasive Mussels (April 2011) – Utah Division of Wildife Resources
Zap the Zebra Mussel: Zebra Mussel Brochure
Zebra Mussel Watch
Zebra Mussel Fact Sheet
PSMFC Releases New Zebra Mussel Video (May 2008)

ANS Examples

Chinese Mitten Crab


(Eriocheir sinensis)

Poses a potential threat to native invertebrates and to the ecological structure of freshwater and brackish estuarine communities