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Saturday, September 15th, 2012
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Bryozoa, freshwater invertebrate that grows on submerged objects, have been found in channels at Behms's Landing and Club Island, where aeration has been added in recent years. The presence of the animals is a sign of improving water quality, an OSU Extension official said. These Bryozoans were found in a channel at Behm's.
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GRAND LAKE - Adding oxygen to dead-end channels on Grand Lake is improving water quality and spurring the return of aquatic critters not seen for decades. Freshwater clams and gelatinous, blob-like animals called Bryozoa have b . . .
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