Invasive animal and pathogen documents & photographs
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Most of the photographs of invasive animals and pathogens on our site are not owned by us, but are used with permission of the owners. If you would like to use any of the images shown on our site, look at the usage policies and ownership information given on our inventory of photographs.
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(Common name index)
2)No standard source is available to regulate common name usage.
(Latin name index)
2)No standard source is available to regulate Latin name usage.
Research the information we have on the management of a particular species of invasive plant here.
An electronic handbook provides detailed information on the use of manual and mechanical techniques, grazing, prescribed fire, biocontrol, and herbicides, to help you control undesirable invasive plants.
Read our reviews of hardware that are useful for those working in invasive species management.
Other site resources
A rogue's gallery of many of the invasive pests and pathogens that have invaded North America, or that have the potential to do so.
A fully-integrated hardware and software application for mapping invasives and tracking management actions.
A review of remote sensing technology, as applied to invasive species detection and mapping.
One of the largest collections of photographs of invasive species (mostly plants) available on the web.
Species which are either new to an area, or are showing alarming symptoms such as signs of signicant, new expansion.
Adaptive management planning tools such as model plans for sites, weed control templates, etc. Very useful!
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Powerpoint presentations on invasive species, weed pamphlets, on developing weed management areas, and more.