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Plant Invaders of Mid-Atlantic Natural Areas

Swearingen, J., K. Reshetiloff, B. Slattery, and S. Zwicker. 2002. Plant Invaders of
Mid-Atlantic Natural Areas. National Park Service and U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, 82 pp.



Citation for this publication:

Swearingen, J., K. Reshetiloff, B. Slattery, and S. Zwicker. 2002. Plant Invaders of Mid-Atlantic Natural Areas. National Park Service and U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, 82 pp.

Acknowledgements

This publication was produced through the dedication and cooperation of many partners:

Funding generously provided by:

The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation

with matching contributions by:

Plant Conservation Alliance
The Nature Conservancy, MD-D.C. Chapter
Chesapeake Bay Foundation
Chesapeake Bay Trust
Maryland Department of Natural Resources
City of Bowie, Maryland
Worcester County (Maryland) Department of Comprehensive Planning

U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, Chesapeake Bay Field Office:

Kathryn Reshetiloff
Susan M. Zwicker
Britt Slattery
Laurie Hewitt (Graphic Design and Layout)

National Park Service, National Capital Region, Center for Urban Ecology:

Jil Swearingen

Fact Sheet Contributors:

Laurie Anne Albrecht, Mid-Atlantic Exotic Pest Plant Council (jetbead)
Peter Bergstrom, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Chesapeake Bay Field Office (parrot
   feather)
Richard Hammerschlag, U.S. Geological Survey (marsh dewflower)
Roy Miller, Delaware Division of Fish and Wildlife (hydrilla)
Michael Naylor, Maryland Department of Natural Resources (water chestnut)
Kathryn Reshetiloff, U.S.Fish & Wildlife Service, Chesapeake Bay Office (Japanese
    honeysuckle, periwinkle, sawtooth oak, white mulberry)
Brent Steury, National Park Service, National Capital Region (marsh dewflower)
Edith Thompson, Maryland Department of Natural Resources (Bradford pear,
   butterfly bush, chinesesilvergrass, daylily)
Julie Thompson, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Chesapeake Bay Field Office (privet)

Technical Assistance

Olivia Kwong, Society for Ecological Restoration/Plant Conservation Alliance

Reviewers:

Carole Bergmann, Maryland-National Capital Parks and Planning Commission,
Kevin Heffernan, Virginia Dept. of Conservation and Recreation, Div. of Natural Heritage
Polly Lehtonen, USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service
Roy Miller, Delaware Division of Fish and Wildlife
Katherine Munson, Worcester County (Maryland) Dept. of Comprehensive Planning
Caroline Myers, Maryland Department of the Environment
Michael Naylor, Maryland Department of the Natural Resources
John M. Randall, The Nature Conservancy, Wildland Invasive Species Program
Ann F. Rhoads, Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania
Louisa Rogoff Thompson, Maryland Native Plant Society
Bonnie Waggoner, National Park Service, National Capital Region


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