Invasive species are plants and animals that originally
come from another area of the world, and can easy become established in
our ecosystems. Since they lack natural controls and are able to grow
and spread quickly, they can rapidly crowd out native species.
aquatic invasive species include zebra mussels, the sea lamprey, round
gobies, eurasion milfoil, phragmites, and the asian carp. Some
terrestrial species are honeysuckle, common buckthorn, garlic mustard,
dame’s rocket, and autumn olive.
There is a wealth of information on invasive species on the internet; here are some useful links.
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