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Acacia mangium

Introduced A. mangium has been found to be associated with invasion events in Africa, Western Australia, American Samoa,...

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Eucalyptus citriodora

GeneralMedium-sized to large, straight stemmed tree, 25-40 m tall, of handsome appearance, with smooth, pale grey, cream or pink,...

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Acacia mearnsii

A. mearnsii is a vigorous, nitrogen fixing species that has precocious and prolific seed production, with a high density and...

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Acacia nilotica

A. nilotica is tolerant of grazing, drought, fire, saline soils, and is a prolific producer of seeds, which through long-viability are able to...

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Acacia melanoxylon

A. melanoxylon is a fast growing nitrogen fixing species, able to grow on a variety of soils, prolifically produces seeds with extreme longevity...

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Elaeagnus angustifolia

E. angustifolia, the Russian olive, is one of several species of Elaeagnus that has proven invasive. It is native to temperate...

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Marrubium vulgare

M. vulgare is a perennial flowering plant native to North Africa, Europe and parts of Asia. It has been introduced to Japan,...

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Acacia auriculiformis

In Florida, USA, A. auriculiformis is a category 1 alien plant (Langeland and Burks, 1998). Space et al. (2000) list A....

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Eucalyptus camaldulensis

E. camaldulensis is a highly adaptable species with ability to tolerate extremes of drought, soil salinity etc coupled with prolific seed...

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Acacia farnesiana

A. farnesiana is an aggressive colonizer and is regarded as an invasive weed both in parts of its native range and where introduced,...

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