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C. canadensis is the largest species in the genus Cervus.  Adult males in Fiordland, New Zealand, in the 1960s (before substantial hybridization with...


The following description is from PROTA (2016):Annual, ascending from a creeping base; culms 4–30 cm. high. Leaf-blades 1–5 cm. long, 1–4 mm. wide....

Cover for Ageratum conyzoides (billy goat weed)

A. conyzoides is an erect, branching, annual herb with shallow, fibrous roots. It may, depending upon environmental conditions, reach 50-1500 mm tall...

Cover for Prosopis juliflora (mesquite)

The following description is taken from Burkart (1976) as the over-arching species morphology including all varieties from all parts of the world....

Cover for Dickeya solani (black leg disease of potato)

Datasheet Type(s): Pest, Invasive Species

Cover for Spartina alterniflora (smooth cordgrass)

S. alterniflora is a rhizomatous perennial grass that grows initially in round, genetically similar, clumps ranging between 0.5-3m in height,...

Cover for Caprella mutica

C. mutica is one of the largest caprellid amphipods, mature males attain body lengths of up to 50 mm (Nishimura, 1995), whereas females are smaller...

Cover for Acentrogobius pflaumii

AdultA. pflaumii has an elongate, slender body with a moderate-sized head, very narrow interorbital space, eyes almost adjacent, mouth large and...

Cover for Ficopomatus enigmaticus (tubeworm)

The genus Ficopomatus is characterized by a symmetrical body, operculum and collar chaetae (coarsely serrated and simple) present, opercular peduncle...

Cover for Austrominius modestus

Datasheet Type(s): Invasive Species

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