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Alnus glutinosa

A. glutinosa is a moderate to serious invasive species of wet sites in parts of North America, Australia and New Zealand. It has been widely...

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Cover for Prunus serotina

Prunus serotina

P. serotina is a species with rapid growth, persistence in shaded sites, a hermaphrodite reproductive system, high seed production and the ability...

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Cover for Elaeagnus angustifolia

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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Cover for Acacia farnesiana

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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Cover for Acacia auriculiformis

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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Cover for Pinus caribaea

Pinus caribaea

P. caribaea is a tree which is widely commercialised for its wood and which has been intentionally introduced worldwide to establish...

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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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Cover for Pinus halepensis

Pinus halepensis

P. halepensis is a very drought resistant tree and a prolific producer of serotinous, wind-dispersed seeds that retain their viability over long...

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Cover for Populus alba

Populus alba

P. alba is a fast-growing tree utilized as an ornamental or in afforestation and reforestation for its resistance to drought, salt and...

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Cover for Pinus radiata

Pinus radiata

P. radiata is a prolific seed producer, first reproduces at a young age, grows very rapidly and has seeds that may be stored in serotinous cones...

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