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Plant families: Caricaceae-Cupressaceae

  • Caricaceae
  • Carica,papaya, Weed Science List
  • Carica,papaya,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Carica,papaya, papaya,From lists and sources by Faith Campbell and John Randall,"Plant Invaders of Parks and Natural Areas, US National Parks, weed"
  • Caryophyllaceae
  • Agrostemma,githago,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Agrostemma,githago, Corn cockle,"seeds germ immediately or soon after harvest; min temp 2-5C, max greater than 30C, germ well in all ranges",Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Agrostemma,githago, Weed Science List
  • Agrostemma,githago, corn cockle,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Agrostemma,githargo, Corn Cockle,Lychnis githago,All Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Arenaria,groenlandica, "prechilling 2-7C for 71 days, then autumn sowing in glasshouse; germs in 14-35 days",Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Arenaria,leptoclados,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Arenaria,serpyllifolia,thyme-leaved sandwort,X,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Arenaria,serpyllifolia, Thymeleaf sandwort,92% germ at 15C in alternating light ,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Arenaria,serpyllifolia, Thyme leaved Sandwort,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Arenaria,serpyllifolia, Thymeleaf Sandwort,triazines 1980 France , http://www.pioneer.net/~heapian/ heapian(at)pioneer.net 1997,International Survey of Herbicide-Resistant Weeds. Ian Heap
  • Arenaria,serpyllifolia, Weed Science List
  • Arenaria,serpyllifolia, thymeleaf sandwort,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Cerastium,arvense,NP,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Cerastium,arvense, Field Mouse ear,"Mainland Europe, UK, Eire, N Scandinavia",Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Cerastium,arvense, Weed Science List
  • Cerastium,arvense, field chickweed,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Cerastium,arvense, P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Cerastium,balearicum,C. semidecandrum misapplied,X,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Cerastium,brachypetalum, Grey Mouse ear,"Mainland Europe, Norway, Sweden",Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Cerastium,brachypetalum, Grey Mouse ear,"Mainland Europe, Norway, Sweden",Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Cerastium,brachypetalum, Grey Mouse ear,P,"Mainland Europe, Norway, Sweden",Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Cerastium,comatum,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Cerastium,diffusum,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Cerastium,diffusum, Weed Science List
  • Cerastium,fontanum,Mouse-ear Chickweed,X,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Cerastium,fontanum, Mouse-ear Chickweed,"Dispersal: ?animal external,?Water,animal (not bird), internal,?Wind. Life Form: Perennial herb. RISK: Potential threat to one or vegetation formations (Victoria). Vegetation Formations Invaded: 4,12,14,15","Eur, In Victoria: Widespread, medium to large populations",Environmental Weed Invasions In Victoria
  • Cerastium,fontanum, Common Mouse ear,All Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Cerastium,fontanum, Weed Science List
  • Cerastium,glomeratum,mouse-ear chickweed,HXX,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Cerastium,glomeratum, Mouse-ear Chickweed,"Dispersal: ?animal external,?Water,animal (not bird), internal,?Wind. Life Form: Annual. RISK: Serious threat to one or vegetation formations (Victoria). Vegetation Formations Invaded: 1,2,4-6,8,9,12-15","Eur, In Victoria: Widespread, medium to large populations",Environmental Weed Invasions In Victoria
  • Cerastium,glomeratum, "seeds germ at once or soon after harvest, seeds placed in unheated germinator & exposed to temps similar to those prevailing outdoors",Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Cerastium,glomeratum, Sticky Mouse ear,C. viscosum,"Mainland Europe, Norway, Sweden",Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Cerastium,glomeratum, Weed Science List
  • Cerastium,glomeratum, annual sub-dominance , Upland Japan Miyagi Miyasaki ,Weeds and Weed Control in Asia
  • Cerastium,indicum, Weed Science List
  • Cerastium,indicum, P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Cerastium,pumilum,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Cerastium,semidecandrum,X,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Cerastium,semidecandrum, Weed Science List
  • Cerastium,siculum, 40% germ at 20C in darkness,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Cerastium,strigosum, "seeds germ at once or soon after harvest, seeds placed in unheated germinator & exposed to temps similar to those prevailing outdoors",Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Cerastium,viscosum, sticky chickweed,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Cerastium,vulgare,C. fontanum ssp. trivalve,x,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Cerastium,vulgatum, Mouse ear chickweed,"prechilling of fresh seed at 5C & moistened with KNO3 soln for 1 wk, then germ on blotters moistened with 0.2% KNO3 soln with temp alt of 20-30C; 10 mth old seed 90% germ with alt. temp, or KNO3 soln",Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Cerastium,vulgatum, ,Shimane Shizuoka ,Weeds and Weed Control in Asia
  • Cerastium,vulgatum, mouseear chickweed,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Corrigiola,litoralis,strapwort,X,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Corrigiola,litoralis, "all, or most seed germ in 1st spring; seeds placed in unheated germinator & exposed to temps prevailing outdoors until germ; germ at temp 3-20C takes up to 6wks; testa exposed100% in 14 days-seed coat impermeable",Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Corrigiola,litoralis, Strapwort,"Mainland Europe except NE , UK",Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Corrigola,litoralis, Weed Science List
  • Dianthus,armeria,X,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Dianthus,armeria, Deptford pink,germ at 20-25C in light,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Dianthus,armeria, Weed Science List
  • Dianthus,armeria, Deptford pink,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Dianthus,barbatus, Sweet William,Weed Science List
  • Dianthus,plumarius,"feathered pink, wild pink, cottage pink",X,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Dianthus,plumarius, Region of origin - C Eur; Extent of spread - localised ; Means of spread - ornamental ,CRC for Weeds Tech Series Report # 3
  • Dianthus,superbus, seed begins to germ almost immediately after harvest; seeds placed in unheated germinator & exposed to temps similar to those prevailing outdoors 100% germ,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Drymaria,arenarioides, "sandwort drymary, Lightning weed",P,"Another potential rangeland weed problem is Lightning weed(Drymaria arenarioides). Lightning weed is a short-livedperennial rangeland weed that is extremely toxic to cattle,sheep, and goats. It invades rangeland areas that may bestressed from drough",Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Drymaria,cordata, "tropical chickweed, chickweed, West Indian chickweed","Drymaria cordata is seldom a weed of cultivated areas, it invades plantation crops such as tea and coffee, as well as pastures, lawns, gardens, riverbanks, ditches, and even sandbars in rivers. It is a weed of 31 crops in more than 45 countries and is fre","native of tropical Amer, and occurs in many tropical and subtropical countries.",WORLD WEEDS Natural Histories & Distribution - Holm et. al.
  • Drymaria,cordata, heartleaf drymary,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Drymaria,pachyphylla, inkweed drymary,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Drymaria,villosa,syn Drymaria hirsuta,dew herb,"along rivers in rather moist climates in tea, cinchona, coffee & higher sugarcane plantations; arable land, road & watersides, road banks, gardens; can withstand deep shade; often found gregarious in association with Drymaria cordata; from 10/300-1600m al","S Amer, pantropical; introd to Java before 1910; has spread to the rest of Indonesia except Kalimantan & the Moluccas as far as known","Weeds of Rice in Indonesia, Soerjani et al, 1987"
  • Gypsophila,muralis, Wall Gypsophila,"Mainland Europe, S Denmark, Finland",Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Gypsophila,muralis, Wall Gypsophila,"Mainland Europe, S Denmark, Finland",Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Gypsophila,paniculata, Baby's Breath ,"California Noxious Weed Control Projects Inventory (CNWCPI) A combined government/private/non-profit effort to establish a database, accessible through the Internet, containing information on noxious weed control in California. This information will f",Californian Noxious Weed
  • Gypsophila,paniculata, Baby's breath ,PRELIMINARY LIST OF PLANT SPECIES OF CONCERN: Red alert - high potential to spread,Pacific Northwest Exotic Pest Plant Council (Weed)
  • Gypsophila,paniculata, baby's breath,From lists and sources by Faith Campbell and John Randall,"Plant Invaders of Parks and Natural Areas, US National Parks, weed"
  • Gypsophila,tubulosa,"G. paniculata misapplied?, G. australis",X,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Gypsophila,tubulosa, Weed Science List
  • Gypsophila,vaccaria, "some seed germ immediately after harvest, remainder in 1st spring; seeds placed in unheated germinator & exposed to temps similar to those prevailing outdoors; 48% germ",Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Heerniaria,hirsuta,Herniaria,X,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Heerniaria,hirsuta, Herniaria,Dispersal: ?. Life Form: Annual. RISK: Not a threat (but may have a negative visual impact). Vegetation Formations Invaded: 4,"Eur, In Victoria: Limited distribution, small populations",Environmental Weed Invasions In Victoria
  • Herniaria,cinerea,H. hirsuta,X,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Herniaria,glabra, Smooth Rupture wort,All Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Herniaria,glabra, Smooth Rupture wort,All Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Herniaria,hirsuta, "Central & Southern Europe, less UK",Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Herniaria,hirsuta, Weed Science List
  • Holosteum,umbellatum, Jagged Chickweed,"Mainland Europe, UK, S Denmark",Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Holosteum,umbellatum, Jagged Chickweed,"Mainland Europe, UK, S Denmark",Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Illecebrum,verticillatum, Coral Necklace,"Central & Western Europe, UK",Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Illecebrum,verticillatum, Coral Necklace,"Central & Western Europe, UK",Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Lepyrodiclis,holstedoides, ,PRELIMINARY LIST OF PLANT SPECIES OF CONCERN: Red alert - high potential to spread,Pacific Northwest Exotic Pest Plant Council (Weed)
  • Lychnis,alba, Melandrium album,White cockle,germ on blotters moistened by 0.2% soln of KNO3 at alt. temp of 20-30C; good germ at 20C constant without soln; high germ after 10mths dry storage,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Lychnis,alba, white cockle,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Lychnis,chalcedonica, Weed Science List
  • Lychnis,coronaria,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Lychnis,coronaria, "80% germ at 20C in dark, at alt. 20-30C in dark, & at alt. 20-30C with alt. light/dark",Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Lychnis,coronaria, Weed Science List
  • Lychnis,dioica, red campion,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Lychnis,floscuculi, Meadow campion,seeds germ at once after harvested remainder in following spring; seeds placed in germinator exposed to temps similar to those prevailing outdoors until germ; 100% germ,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Lychnis,floscuculi, meadow campion,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Lychnis,viscaria, Viscaria viscosa,seeds germ at once after harvested remainder in following spring; seeds placed in germinator exposed to temps similar to those prevailing outdoors until germ; 100% germ; seeds dry stored viability up to 8yrs,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Lynchis,chalcedonica,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Minuartia,hybrida, Fine leaved sand wort,"Central and Western Europe, UK, Eire",Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Minuartia,hybrida, Weed Science List
  • Minuartia,mediterranea,M. hybrida,XX,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Moenchia,erecta,Erect Chickweed,XXX,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Moenchia,erecta, Erect Chickweed,Dispersal: ?. Life Form: Annual. RISK: Potential threat to one or vegetation formations (Victoria). Vegetation Formations Invaded: 4,"Eur, In Victoria: Widespread, medium to large populations",Environmental Weed Invasions In Victoria
  • Moenchia,erecta, Weed Science List
  • Myosoton,aquaticum, Water Chickweed,"Malachium aquaticum, Stellaria aquaticum, Cerastium aquaticum",All Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Myosoton,aquaticum, Water Chickweed,"Malachium aquaticum, Stellaria aquaticum, Cerastium aquaticum",All Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Paronychia,argentea,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Paronychia,argentea, Southern Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Paronychia,argentea, Weed Science List
  • Paronychia,brasiliana,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Paronychia,brasiliana, Weed Science List
  • Paronychia,echinulata, Southern Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Paronychia,echinulata, Southern Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Paronychia,franciscana,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Paronychia,franciscana, Weed Science List
  • Petrorhagia,nanteuilii, Weed Science List
  • Petrorhagia,nanteuilli,P. prolifera,proliterous pink,H,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Petrorhagia,prolifera, Proliterous Pink,"Dispersal: ?animal external,Wind. Life Form: Annual. RISK: Serious threat to one or vegetation formations (Victoria). Vegetation Formations Invaded: 4,5","Med, In Victoria: Widespread, medium to large populations",Environmental Weed Invasions In Victoria
  • Petrorhagia,prolifera, Weed Science List
  • Petrorhagia,velutina,velvet or hairy pink,XX,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Petrorhagia,velutina, Weed Science List
  • Polycarpon,indicum, Weed Science List
  • Polycarpon,indicum, P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Polycarpon,tetraphyllum,Four-leafed Allseed,XXX,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Polycarpon,tetraphyllum, Four-leafed Allseed,"Dispersal: Windind. Life Form: Annual. RISK: Potential threat to one or vegetation formations (Victoria). Vegetation Formations Invaded: 1,4,8,11,12","Eur, In Victoria: Widespread, medium to large populations",Environmental Weed Invasions In Victoria
  • Polycarpon,tetraphyllum, Four leaved allseed,"South and West Europe, S West UK",Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Polycarpon,tetraphyllum, Weed Science List
  • Sagina,apetala,X,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Sagina,apetala, Dwarf pearl wort,seeds germ at once after harvest or following spring; seeds placed in germinator exposed to temps similar to those prevailing outdoors; total germ82%,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Sagina,apetala, Annual Pearlwort,All Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Sagina,apetala, Weed Science List
  • Sagina,apetala, dwarf pearlwort,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Sagina,japonica, Weed Science List
  • Sagina,japonica, P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Sagina,maritima,X,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Sagina,maritima, Weed Science List
  • Sagina,maxima, , Upland Japan ,Weeds and Weed Control in Asia
  • Sagina,nodosa, Knotted Pearlwort,All Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Sagina,nodosa, Knotted Pearlwort,All Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Sagina,procumbens,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Sagina,procumbens, Procumbent Pearlwort,All Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Sagina,procumbens, Weed Science List
  • Sagina,procumbens, birdseye pearlwort,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Sagina,subulata, Heath Pearlwort,All Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Sagina,subulata, Heath Pearlwort,All Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Saponaria,calabrica,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Saponaria,calabrica, Weed Science List
  • Saponaria,officinalis,"soapwort, bouncingbet",X,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Saponaria,officinalis, Bouncing bet,"prechilling with 0.2% soln of KNO3 as moistening agent at 5C for 1wk, then germ at 20C:16hrs to 30C:8hrs germ 99% for 7days, 97% for 300days & 82% for 1095days",Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Saponaria,officinalis, Soapwort,"All Europe, less in UK, Eire & Scandinavia",Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Saponaria,officinalis, Weed Science List
  • Saponaria,officinalis, bouncingbet,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Saponaria,vaccaria, Cow cockle,68% germ in dark at both 15C & 20C,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Saponaria,vaccaria, cow cockle,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Scleranthus,annuus,X,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Scleranthus,annuus, Annual Knawel,All Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Scleranthus,annuus, Weed Science List
  • Scleranthus,annuus, knawel,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Scleranthus ,annuus, Knawel,"seed germ not exceeding 30% at various constant or alt. temps from 2-5 to 35C; at 20-30C alt. 32% in dark & 24% with alt. light/dark; 77% germ of seed stored after 1 winter's storage in lab, germ 18% after 5yrs dry storage in lab",Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Silene,acaulis, 95% germ & 99% germ with prechilling on moist filter paper in lab; seeds sown outdoors 28% germ in the autumn of year collected & 49% the following spring,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Silene,alba, White Campion,Melandrium album,All Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Silene,alba, White Campion,Melandrium album,All Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Silene,antirrhina, sleepy catchfly,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Silene,apetala,Sand Catchfly,X,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Silene,apetala, Sand Catchfly,"Dispersal: Wind. Life Form: Annual. RISK: Potential threat to one or vegetation formations (Victoria). Vegetation Formations Invaded: 3,4","S Eur, In Victoria: Limited distribution, medium to large populations",Environmental Weed Invasions In Victoria
  • Silene,apetala, Weed Science List
  • Silene,armeria,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Silene,atocioides,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Silene,caroliniana, var. pensylvanica Silene pensylvanica,"seeds planted directly into greenhouse failed to germ; seeds planted in soil flats & kept outdoors for 71days, 28% germ within 14-21days on transferral to greenhouse",Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Silene,conica,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Silene,conica, Sand Catchfly,"Mainland Europe, except Scandinavia & Russia",Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Silene,conica, Weed Science List
  • Silene,conoidea, seeds germ soon after harvest & remainder following spring; seeds placed in germinator exposed to temps similar to those prevailing outdoors until germ or rotted-total germ84%; 92% in dark with alt. 20-30C after 1yr storage,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Silene,conoidea, Limited Dist in Western Medit region,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Silene,conoidea, Limited Dist in Western Medit region,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Silene,conoidea,syn ,Conoid catchfly,"cultivated land, mainly in fields","Medit, W Asia to W Himalayas","The Weed Flora of Egypt Boulos, L., & Nabil el-Hadidi, M"
  • Silene,cretica, "Southern Europe, less in Central E",Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Silene,cretica, "Southern Europe, less in Central E",Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Silene,cserei, Biennial campion,100% germ at 15C constant with light; 92% germ 1yr after collection at 20-30C alt. with alt. light/dark,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Silene,cserei, biennial campion,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Silene,cucubalus," Silene inflata, Silene latifolia, Silene vulgaris",Bladder campion,92% germ at 20-25C in diffuse light & 88% in dark; viable for up to 14yrs,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Silene,cucubalus, bladder campion,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Silene,dichotoma,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Silene,dichotoma, Hairy catchfly,99% germ of seeds immediately after harvest,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Silene,dichotoma, Forked Catchfly,"Eastern Europe, less in Central E",Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Silene,dichotoma, Weed Science List
  • Silene,dichotoma, hairy catchfly,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Silene,diocia, "Region of origin - Eur, Medit; Extent of spread - localised ; Means of spread - ornamental",CRC for Weeds Tech Series Report # 3
  • Silene,dioica,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Silene,dioica, Weed Science List
  • Silene,gallica,French Catchfly,XXXXX,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Silene,gallica,French Catchfly,HXXXX,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Silene,gallica, Small Flowered Catchfly,"S. liophila, S. anglica","All Europe, except Scandinavia & Russia",Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Silene,gallica, Weed Science List
  • Silene,gallica, English catchfly,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Silene,gallica var. gallica, French Catchfly,"Dispersal: Wind. Life Form: Annual. RISK: Potential threat to one or vegetation formations (Victoria). Vegetation Formations Invaded: 4,5,12","Eur, In Victoria: Widespread, medium to large populations",Environmental Weed Invasions In Victoria
  • Silene,gallica var. quinquevulnera, French Catchfly,Dispersal: Wind. Life Form: Annual/Biennial. RISK: Serious threat to one or vegetation formations (Victoria). Vegetation Formations Invaded: 4,"Eur, In Victoria: ?",Environmental Weed Invasions In Victoria
  • Silene,latifolia,"S. pratensis, S. alba",Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Silene,latifolius, ssp. alba White campion ,PRELIMINARY LIST OF PLANT SPECIES OF CONCERN: Wildland weeds of lesser invasiveness,Pacific Northwest Exotic Pest Plant Council (Weed)
  • Silene,linicola, From Belgium through to Italy,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Silene,linicola, From Belgium through to Italy,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Silene,longicaulis,Portuguese Catchfly,X,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Silene,longicaulis, Portuguese Catchfly,"Dispersal: Wind. Life Form: Annual/Biennial. RISK: Not a threat (but may have a negative visual impact). Vegetation Formations Invaded: 3,4","Spain,Portugal, In Victoria: Limited distribution, small populations",Environmental Weed Invasions In Victoria
  • Silene,longicaulis, Weed Science List
  • Silene,maritima, seeds germ soon after harvest & remainder following spring; seeds placed in germinator exposed to temps similar to those prevailing outdoors until germ or rotted-total germ 98%,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Silene,muscipula, S. arvensis,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Silene,muscipula, S. arvensis,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Silene,noctiflora, Melandrium noctiflorum,Night flowering catchfly,90% germ alt. temp 20C:16hrs to 30C:8hrs in light; germ inc. with dry storage 100% germ after 12wks storage,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Silene,noctiflora, Night Flowering Catchfly,Melandrium noctiflorum,"All Europe, except Greece & Finland",Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Silene,noctiflora, Weed Science List
  • Silene,noctiflora, nightflowering catchfly,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Silene,nocturna,Mediterranean Catchfly,XX,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Silene,nocturna, Mediterranean Catchfly,"Dispersal: Wind. Life Form: Annual. RISK: Potential threat to one or vegetation formations (Victoria). Vegetation Formations Invaded: 1,4,5","Eur, In Victoria: Widespread, medium to large populations",Environmental Weed Invasions In Victoria
  • Silene,nocturna,syn ,Night-flowering catchfly,"cultivated land, mainly fields",Mainly Medit; introduced elsewhere,"The Weed Flora of Egypt Boulos, L., & Nabil el-Hadidi, M"
  • Silene,nutans, 90% germ of 1mth old seed on moist blotters in light; vegetative propagation by using cuttings of stems which root at nodes if covered in soil,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Silene,pendula,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Silene,pratensis,?should be S. latifolia?,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Silene,pratensis, Weed Science List
  • Silene,pseudoatocion,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Silene,rubella,syn ,"fields, irrigation canals, gardens","Medit, extending eastward to Iraq","The Weed Flora of Egypt Boulos, L., & Nabil el-Hadidi, M"
  • Silene,rubella, Weed Science List
  • Silene,rubella, P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Silene,schafta, Weed Science List
  • Silene,tridentata,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Silene,tridentata, Region of origin - Algeria; Extent of spread - localised ; Means of spread - ornamental,CRC for Weeds Tech Series Report # 3
  • Silene,uniflora,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Silene,vulgaria, Bladder Campion,"S. cucubalus, S. inflata, S. latifolia",All Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Silene,vulgaris,"Behen vulgaris, Cucubalus behen, Cucubalus inflatus, Silene cucubalus, Silene inflata, Silene latifolia","bladder campion, blue root, rattlebox",XXX,NL,SA,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Silene,vulgaris,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Silene,vulgaris,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Silene,vulgaris, Bladder Campion,Dispersal: Wind. Life Form: Perennial herb. RISK: Potential threat to one or vegetation formations (Victoria). Vegetation Formations Invaded: 1,"Eur,Med.W As, In Victoria: Limited distribution, medium to large populations",Environmental Weed Invasions In Victoria
  • Silene,vulgaris," Behen vulgaris, Cucubalus behen, Cucubalus inflatus, Silene cucubalus, Silene inflata, Silene latifolia","bladder campion, blue root, rattlebox","pioneer plant, invades open spaces in pastures & fallowed arable land, forms dense patches which reduce available grazing area & pasture yield & can interfere with cultivation; contaminates pasture seed; obligate long day plant, growing continuously & flo","Euro-Asian origin, found from Medit region northwards through Scandinavia to 70 degrees N lat & eastwards through Siberia to Japan; introd to N Amer, Afr, Indonesia, NZ, & Aust, growing at all levels to 2500m","Noxious Weeds of Australia, P & C"
  • Silene,vulgaris, Bladder campion ," PROCLAIMED PLANTS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA, AUGUST 1996 # Plant must be destroyed. * Control required in part of the State only. + Control not required. n Notifiable in part of the State. N Notifiable throughout the State. c Special program in south-ea"," Sale of Plant, or Produce, Goods etc. Prohibited in South Australia (Section 54(1) (2) applies) Roadside control cost to be met by adjoining Landholder (Section 60 applies) Mo","South Australian ""Proclaimed Plants"" (Weed)"
  • Silene,vulgaris, bladdercampion,Weed Science List
  • Spergula,arvensis,X,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Spergula,arvensis, Corn spurry,germ at constant 20-25C in dark or alt. light/dark; soaking seeds in 1-2% soln of thiourea for 24hrs to break dormancy,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Spergula,arvensis, Corn Spurrey,"S. vulgaris, S. sativa, S. maxima, S. linicola",All Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Spergula,arvensis, Weed Science List
  • Spergula,arvensis, corn spurry,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Spergula,pentandra,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Spergula,pentandra, Central and Southern Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Spergula,pentandra, Weed Science List
  • Spergularia,bocconii,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Spergularia,diandra,X,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Spergularia,diandra, Weed Science List
  • Spergularia,levis,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Spergularia,levis, Weed Science List
  • Spergularia,marina,salt sand-spurrey,X,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Spergularia,marina, Salt Sand-spurrey,"Dispersal: Water,?Wind. Life Form: Annual/Perennial herb. RISK: Not a threat (but may have a negative visual impact). Vegetation Formations Invaded: 11","temp N Hem, In Victoria: Widespread, small populations",Environmental Weed Invasions In Victoria
  • Spergularia,marina,syn Arenaria rubra var. marina; A marina; Spergularia salina,Sand spurrey,muddy and moist saline soils,"Widespread in temp. coastal regions of the Northern Hemisphere, also in Australasia where it might be introduced","The Weed Flora of Egypt Boulos, L., & Nabil el-Hadidi, M"
  • Spergularia,marina, Weed Science List
  • Spergularia,media,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Spergularia,media, Weed Science List
  • Spergularia,purpurea, S. longipes,Iberian Peninsula,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Spergularia,purpurea, S. longipes,Iberian Peninsula,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Spergularia,rubra,Red Sand-spurrey,XH,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Spergularia,rubra, Red Sand-spurrey,"Dispersal: Water,?Wind. Life Form: Annual/Perennial herb. RISK: Potential threat to one or vegetation formations (Victoria). Vegetation Formations Invaded: 1,4,8,9,12","Eur, In Victoria: Widespread, medium to large populations",Environmental Weed Invasions In Victoria
  • Spergularia,rubra, Lepigonum rubrum,Red sandspurry,52% germ at alt. 20-30C with alt. light/dark & 4% in dark,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Spergularia,rubra, Sand Spurrey,S. campestris,All Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Spergularia,rubra, Weed Science List
  • Spergularia,rubra, red sandspurry,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Spergularia,segetalis, "Delia segetalis, Alsine segetalis",Western and Northern Mainland Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Spergularia,segetalis, "Delia segetalis, Alsine segetalis",Western and Northern Mainland Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Spergularia,sp. 2,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Stellaria,alsine, Stellaria uliginosa,seeds germ soon after harvest & continued for several mths; seeds placed in germinator exposed to temps similar to those prevailing outdoors until germ or rotted; total germ 100%,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Stellaria,alsion, biennial dominant weed barley & wheat crops , Shizuoka Upland Korea ,Weeds and Weed Control in Asia
  • Stellaria,aquatica, Weed Science List
  • Stellaria,aquatica, , Shizuoka Upland Japan ,Weeds and Weed Control in Asia
  • Stellaria,aquatica, P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Stellaria,graminea,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Stellaria,graminea, Little starwort,alt. light/dark & alt. 10-30C temp best germ %; viability remains high during more than 3 yrs dry indoor storage,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Stellaria,graminea, Lesser Stitchwort,All Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Stellaria,graminea, "stitchwort, grasslike stitchwort",From lists and sources by Faith Campbell and John Randall,"Plant Invaders of Parks and Natural Areas, US National Parks, weed"
  • Stellaria,graminea, Weed Science List
  • Stellaria,graminea, little starwort,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Stellaria,holostea, seeds germ soon after harvest & continued for several mths; seeds placed in germinator exposed to temps similar to those prevailing outdoors until germ or rotted; total germ 90%,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Stellaria,media,chickweed,HXXXX,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Stellaria,media, Chickweed,"Dispersal: animal external. Life Form: Annual. RISK: Serious threat to one or vegetation formations (Victoria). Vegetation Formations Invaded: 1-5,6,8,12,13","Eur,As, In Victoria: Widespread, medium to large populations",Environmental Weed Invasions In Victoria
  • Stellaria,media, Common chickweed,94% germ of 1mth old seed at alt. 20-30C in petri dishes on blotters moistened with 0.2% KNO3 & 93% germ of 10mth old seed,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Stellaria,media, Chickweed,All Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Stellaria,media, Common Chickweed,chlorsulfuron 1991 Denmark Barley , http://www.pioneer.net/~heapian/ heapian(at)pioneer.net 1997,International Survey of Herbicide-Resistant Weeds. Ian Heap
  • Stellaria,media, Common Chickweed,chlorsulfuron 1992 Canada , http://www.pioneer.net/~heapian/ heapian(at)pioneer.net 1997,International Survey of Herbicide-Resistant Weeds. Ian Heap
  • Stellaria,media, Common Chickweed,chlorsulfuron 1995 New Zealand , http://www.pioneer.net/~heapian/ heapian(at)pioneer.net 1997,International Survey of Herbicide-Resistant Weeds. Ian Heap
  • Stellaria,media, Common Chickweed,mecoprop 1985 United Kingdom Cereals , http://www.pioneer.net/~heapian/ heapian(at)pioneer.net 1997,International Survey of Herbicide-Resistant Weeds. Ian Heap
  • Stellaria,media, Common Chickweed,atrazine 1978 Germany Corn , http://www.pioneer.net/~heapian/ heapian(at)pioneer.net 1997,International Survey of Herbicide-Resistant Weeds. Ian Heap
  • Stellaria,media, chickweed,From lists and sources by Faith Campbell and John Randall,"Plant Invaders of Parks and Natural Areas, US National Parks, weed"
  • Stellaria,media, Weed Science List
  • Stellaria,media, biennial dominant weed barley & wheat crops Weed in rich site , Upland Korea Upland Japan Hokkaido Miyagi Okayama Kagawa ,Weeds and Weed Control in Asia
  • Stellaria,media, chickweed,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Stellaria,pallida,H,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Stellaria,pallida,syn Alsine pallida ,Chickweed,"shaded, moist, cultivated ground, especially in gardens and orchards","Medit, Eur, NW Asia","The Weed Flora of Egypt Boulos, L., & Nabil el-Hadidi, M"
  • Stellaria,pallida, Weed Science List
  • Stellaria,palustris,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Stellaria,uliginosa, Weed Science List
  • Stellaria,uliginosa, P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Vaccaria,hispanica,V. pyramidata,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Vaccaria,hispanica,syn Saponaria hispanica; Vaccaria pyramidata; Saponaria vaccaria; Vaccaria parviflora; V. segetalis,Cow-herb,"cultivated fields, especially with winter cropsUsed as a cut green in flower shops and as a medicinal herb. Root is vulnerary and galactogogue (increasess the secretion of milk)","Widespread in Medit, C Eur, Asia; introduced into other warm temp. regions of N Amer, Aust. and NZ","The Weed Flora of Egypt Boulos, L., & Nabil el-Hadidi, M"
  • Vaccaria,hispanica, Weed Science List
  • Vaccaria,pyramidata, Vaccaria vulgaris,"5000 seed sown in field in lated autumn, 45% produced seedlings in following spring, a few seeds from original planting produced seedlings in 2nd season; 1 seedling in 3rd season out of original 5000",Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Vaccaria,pyramidata, "V. vulgaris, V. segetalis, V. perfola, V. parviflora, Saponaria vaccaria","Mainland Europe, except Italy & Denmark",Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Vaccaria,pyramidata, Weed Science List
  • Casuarinaceae
  • Casuarina,cunninghamiana,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Casuarina,cunninghamiana, beefwood,"Woody SpeciesInvades: coastal dunes, sandy sea-shores, riverbedsCultivated for: ornament, dune stabilization, shelter",Origin: Australia ,Plant Invaders of Southern Africa. (Weeds)
  • Casuarina,cunninghamiana, beefwood,"Woody SpeciesInvades: coastal dunes, sandy sea-shores, riverbedsCultivated for: ornament, dune stabilization, shelter",Origin: Australia ,Plant Invaders of Southern Africa. (Weeds)
  • Casuarina,cunninghamiana*,"melanga, elephant ear","Catergory II - Species that shown a potential to disrupt native plant communities. These species may become ranked as Catergory I, but have not yet demonstrated disruption of natural Florida communities. *P =Prohibited by Florida Department ",List of Florida's Most Invasive Species - Florida Exotic Pest Plant Council
  • Casuarina,equisetifolia, Initial list of Invasive weeds nominated by Aliens list members,"Aliens List, Nominated Worst Invasive Weeds"
  • Casuarina,equisetifolia,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Casuarina,equisetifolia, "Australian pine, casuarina",From lists and sources by Faith Campbell and John Randall,"Plant Invaders of Parks and Natural Areas, US National Parks, weed"
  • Casuarina,equisetifolia, horsetail tree,"Woody SpeciesInvades: coastal dunes, sandy sea-shores, riverbedsCultivated for: ornament, dune stabilization, shelter",Origin: pantropical ,Plant Invaders of Southern Africa. (Weeds)
  • Casuarina,equisetifolia, horsetail tree,"Woody SpeciesInvades: coastal dunes, sandy sea-shores, riverbedsCultivated for: ornament, dune stabilization, shelter",Origin: pantropical ,Plant Invaders of Southern Africa. (Weeds)
  • Casuarina,equisetifolia*,Australian pine,"Catergory I - Species that are invading and disrupting native plant communities in Florida. This definition does not rely on the economic severity or geographical range of the problem, but on the documented ecological damage caused.*P =Prohibited by Flo",List of Florida's Most Invasive Species - Florida Exotic Pest Plant Council
  • Casuarina,glauca,swamp oak,X,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Casuarina,glauca, "Australian pine, suckering casuarina",From lists and sources by Faith Campbell and John Randall,"Plant Invaders of Parks and Natural Areas, US National Parks, weed"
  • Casuarina,glauca*,suckering Australian pine,"Catergory I - Species that are invading and disrupting native plant communities in Florida. This definition does not rely on the economic severity or geographical range of the problem, but on the documented ecological damage caused.*P =Prohibited by Flo",List of Florida's Most Invasive Species - Florida Exotic Pest Plant Council
  • Celastraceae
  • Celastrus,orbiculatus, "oriental bittersweet, Asian bittersweet",From lists and sources by Faith Campbell and John Randall,"Plant Invaders of Parks and Natural Areas, US National Parks, weed"
  • Celastrus,orbiculatus,Asian bittersweet,"RANK 2. "SIGNIFICANT THREAT"Exotic plant species which possess some invasive characteristics, but have less impact on native plant communities; may have the capacity to invade natural communities along disturbance corridors, or to spread from stands in d",Invasive Exotic Pest Plants in Tennessee
  • Euonymus,alata, "winged euonymus, burning bush",From lists and sources by Faith Campbell and John Randall,"Plant Invaders of Parks and Natural Areas, US National Parks, weed"
  • Euonymus,atropurpureus, eastern wahoo,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Euonymus,sp.,spindle tree,X,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Euonymus,sp., Region of origin - Japan?; Extent of spread - localised; Means of spread - ornamental,CRC for Weeds Tech Series Report # 3
  • Euonymus,sp., Spindle Tree,"Dispersal: Bird, internal. Life Form: Large Small to medium shrubhrub. RISK: Potential threat to one or vegetation formations (Victoria). Vegetation Formations Invaded: 9","Introduced deliberately from: ?Japan and Commercially Available, In Victoria: Widespread, medium to large populations",Environmental Weed Invasions In Victoria
  • Evonymus,alata,burning bush,"RANK 2. "SIGNIFICANT THREAT"Exotic plant species which possess some invasive characteristics, but have less impact on native plant communities; may have the capacity to invade natural communities along disturbance corridors, or to spread from stands in d",Invasive Exotic Pest Plants in Tennessee
  • Evonymus,fortunei,wintercreeper,RANK 1. "SEVERE THREAT"Exotic plant species which possess characteristics of invasive species and spread easily into native plant communities and displace native vegetation; includes species which are or could become widespread in Tennessee.,Invasive Exotic Pest Plants in Tennessee
  • Cephalotaxaceae
  • Torreya,californica, California nutmeg yew,"Torreya californica is listed in the USA as X - present as weed (the species is present & behaves as a aweed, but its rank of importance is unknown)",California,Holm et al. 'A Geographical Atlas of World Weeds'
  • Ceratophyllaceae
  • Ceratophyllum,demersum,"hornwort, common coontail, hornweed",NP,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Ceratophyllum,demersum, Common coontail,"seed germ well after 5-7mth storage in water at 1-3C, good germ if stored in water for 3 mths at 1-3C if a slit was cut in the pericarp before testing; vegetative propagation also ",Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Ceratophyllum,demersum, "hornwort, common coontail, hornweed","native to Aust, occurring in all States ex Tas; it grows but is not common, all along the east coast, occassionally reaching pest proportions in parts of SE Qld; in inland NSW it is recorded at several locatities along the Murray River & in the Lachlan Ri","cosmopolitan, having existed in ponds since the Pilocene epoch; occurs in many oceanic islands, as well as on all continents of the world other than Antarctica","Noxious Weeds of Australia, P & C"
  • Ceratophyllum,demersum, hornwort,Weed Science List
  • Ceratophyllum,demersum, common coontail,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Ceratophyllum,echinatum, prickly coontail,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Ceratophyllum,spp.,NP,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Ceratophyllum,spp., P,Note import conditions exceptions,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Ceratopteridaceae
  • Ceratopteris,pteridoides, ,floatingfern,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Characeae
  • Chara,braunii, , Japan,Weeds and Weed Control in Asia
  • Chara,globularis, Weed Science List
  • Chara,globularis, P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Chara,spp. (aquatic), chara,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Chara,zeylanica, Weed Science List
  • Chara,zeylanica, chara, Thailand ,Weeds and Weed Control in Asia
  • Chara,zeylanica, P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Nitella,hyalina, Weed Science List
  • Nitella,hyalina, P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Chenopodiaceae
  • Atriplex,argentea, silverscale saltbush,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Atriplex,canescens, fourwing saltbush,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Atriplex,confertifolia, shadscale,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Atriplex,eadleyae,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Atriplex,elegans, wheelscale saltbush,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Atriplex,hastata, Spear leaved Orache,All Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Atriplex,hastata, Spear leaved Orache,All Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Atriplex,holocarpa,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Atriplex,hortensis,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Atriplex,hortensis, Garden orach,58% germ of seed in constant darkness at 20C; could have two distinct seed types,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Atriplex,hortensis, Garden Orache,"Mainland Europe, except Denmark",Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Atriplex,hortensis, Weed Science List
  • Atriplex,hortensis, garden orach,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Atriplex,leptocarpa,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Atriplex,leptocarpa, Weed Science List
  • Atriplex,lindleyi , ssp. inflata,sponge-fuit saltbush,"Herbaceous Species Invades: roadsides, degraded land, sandy riverbeds, coastal dunes, pans, low-lying areas, mainly in semi-arid regions.",Origin: Australia,Plant Invaders of Southern Africa. (Weeds)
  • Atriplex,lindleyi , ssp. inflata,sponge-fuit saltbush,"Herbaceous Species Invades: roadsides, degraded land, sandy riverbeds, coastal dunes, pans, low-lying areas, mainly in semi-arid regions.",Origin: Australia,Plant Invaders of Southern Africa. (Weeds)
  • Atriplex,nummularia, ssp. nummularia,old man saltbush,"Woody SpeciesInvades: sandy riverbeds, coastal dunes, edges of pans, roadsides, in semi-arid regions.Cultivated for: fodder",Origin: Australia,Plant Invaders of Southern Africa. (Weeds)
  • Atriplex,nummularia, ssp. nummularia,old man saltbush,"Woody SpeciesInvades: sandy riverbeds, coastal dunes, edges of pans, roadsides, in semi-arid regions.Cultivated for: fodder",Origin: Australia,Plant Invaders of Southern Africa. (Weeds)
  • Atriplex,patula,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Atriplex,patula, var. hastata Atriplex hastata,Halberdleaf orach,"two distinct seed types; one type no dormancy, the other strongly dormant; dormancy can be broken by 15 min treatment with conc. H2SO4 ",Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Atriplex,patula, Common Orache,All Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Atriplex,patula, Spreading Orach,atrazine 1980 Germany Corn , http://www.pioneer.net/~heapian/ heapian(at)pioneer.net 1997,International Survey of Herbicide-Resistant Weeds. Ian Heap
  • Atriplex,patula, Weed Science List
  • Atriplex,patula, spreading orach,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Atriplex,prostrata,hastate orache,HX,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Atriplex,prostrata, Hastate Orache,"Dispersal: Wind. Life Form: Annual. RISK: Serious threat to one or vegetation formations (Victoria). Vegetation Formations Invaded: 1,8,9,11","Eur, In Victoria: Widespread, medium to large populations",Environmental Weed Invasions In Victoria
  • Atriplex,pseudocampanulata,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Atriplex,pumilio,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Atriplex,rosea, Red orach,"two distinct seed types; one no dormancy germ at 20C with light, the other strongly dormant, needs light at 20C",Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Atriplex,rosea, red orach,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Atriplex,semibaccata, Austtallian Saltbush ,"California Noxious Weed Control Projects Inventory (CNWCPI) A combined government/private/non-profit effort to establish a database, accessible through the Internet, containing information on noxious weed control in California. This information will f",Californian Noxious Weed
  • Atriplex,semibaccata, Australian saltbush,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Atriplex,spinibractea,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Atriplex,tatarica, "A. laciniata, A. tornabenii","Central Europe, inc Italy Greece",Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Atriplex,tatarica, "A. laciniata, A. tornabenii","Central Europe, inc Italy Greece",Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Atriplex,var. hastata, halberdleaf orach,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Atriplex,wrightii, Wright saltbush,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Axyris,amaranthoides, Russian pigweed,"two distinct seed types, one germs immediately at 18-22C; the other needs to have seed coat broken, germ high 100% in 3 days",Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Axyris,amaranthoides, Russian pigweed,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Bassia,hyssopifolia,Salsola hyssopifolia,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Bassia,hyssopifolia, Bassia ,"California Noxious Weed Control Projects Inventory (CNWCPI) A combined government/private/non-profit effort to establish a database, accessible through the Internet, containing information on noxious weed control in California. This information will f",Californian Noxious Weed
  • Bassia,hyssopifolia, Firehook bassia ,PRELIMINARY LIST OF PLANT SPECIES OF CONCERN: Wildland weeds of lesser invasiveness,Pacific Northwest Exotic Pest Plant Council (Weed)
  • Bassia,hyssopifolia, five hook bassia,From lists and sources by Faith Campbell and John Randall,"Plant Invaders of Parks and Natural Areas, US National Parks, weed"
  • Bassia,hyssopifolia, Weed Science List
  • Bassia,hyssopifolia, fivehook bassia,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Bassia,indica,syn. Kochia,germ rapidly in shallow water; seed dry stored over calcium chloride in desiccators at room temp remain viable for more than 6yrs,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Bassia,laniflora,syn. Kochia,K. arenaria,Mainland Europe except Denmark,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Bassia,laniflora,syn. Kochia,K. arenaria,Mainland Europe except Denmark,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Bassia,scoparia,Kochia scoparia,kochia,HXE,L,Qld; WA; SA; NSW,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Bassia,scoparia,Kochia scoparia,kochiaornamental form,NL,Qld; WA; NSW,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Bassia,scoparia, Weed Science List
  • Bassia,scoparia,syn Kochia scoparia,P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Bassia,scoparia,syn. Kochia,Kochia,94% germ at 20C in dark on top of sand or blotters in petri dishes; germ inc. with GA treatment,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Bassia,scoparia,syn. Kochia,Mock Cypress,"Mainland Europe, except Greece, more in Russia",Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Bassia,scoparia,syn. Kochia,Kochia ,chlorsulfuron 1988 Canada Industrial , http://www.pioneer.net/~heapian/ heapian(at)pioneer.net 1997,International Survey of Herbicide-Resistant Weeds. Ian Heap
  • Bassia,scoparia,syn. Kochia,Kochia ,chlorsulfuron/met 1987 USA Cropland , http://www.pioneer.net/~heapian/ heapian(at)pioneer.net 1997,International Survey of Herbicide-Resistant Weeds. Ian Heap
  • Bassia,scoparia,syn. Kochia,Kochia ,atrazine 1982 USA Corn , http://www.pioneer.net/~heapian/ heapian(at)pioneer.net 1997,International Survey of Herbicide-Resistant Weeds. Ian Heap
  • Bassia,scoparia,syn. Kochia,Kochia ,PRELIMINARY LIST OF PLANT SPECIES OF CONCERN: Most invasive - widespread ,Pacific Northwest Exotic Pest Plant Council (Weed)
  • Bassia,scoparia,syn. Kochia,summer cypress,From lists and sources by Faith Campbell and John Randall,"Plant Invaders of Parks and Natural Areas, US National Parks, weed"
  • Bassia,scoparia,syn. Kochia,Kochia, Declared spp. under ARRPA,Weed Science List
  • Bassia,scoparia,syn. Kochia,kochia,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Bassia,scoparia,syn. Kochia,Kochia,P,Declared spp. under ARRPA,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Bassia,scoparia,syn. Kochia,Kochia + ," PROCLAIMED PLANTS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA, AUGUST 1996 # Plant must be destroyed. * Control required in part of the State only. + Control not required. n Notifiable in part of the State. N Notifiable throughout the State. c Special program in south-ea"," *** Note: Does not apply to var. trichophylla Sale of Plant, or Produce, Goods etc. Prohibited in South Australia (Section 54(1) (2) applies) Movement prohibited on roads (Secti","South Australian ""Proclaimed Plants"" (Weed)"
  • Bassia,scoparia var. scoparia,syn. Kochia,Region of origin - Eurasia; Extent of spread - localised ; Means of spread - soil conservation,CRC for Weeds Tech Series Report # 3
  • Beta,vulgaris,Silver Beet,X,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Beta,vulgaris, Silver Beet,"Dispersal: Water. Life Form: Perennial herb. RISK: Not a threat (but may have a negative visual impact). Vegetation Formations Invaded: 1,8,11","Introduced deliberately from: Eur, In Victoria: Limited distribution, medium to large populations",Environmental Weed Invasions In Victoria
  • Beta,vulgaris, Sea Beet,"Southern Europe, S Sweden, UK, Eire and NW Europe",Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Beta,vulgaris, Weed Science List
  • Beta ,vulgaris,syn B. maritima; B. vulgaris var. maritima,Sea beet,"fields, roadsides""Beta vulgaris is the origin of some cultivated varieties of beetroot, sugar beet, and mangold""","Medit, Eur, W Asia","The Weed Flora of Egypt Boulos, L., & Nabil el-Hadidi, M"
  • Chenopodium,album,"fat hen, common lambsquarters, lambsquarters",XXX,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Chenopodium,album, Weed of aquatic ecosystems Web Address: http://hammock.ifas.ufl.edu/text/fw/19934.htm,"Florida Weeds, FAIRS."
  • Chenopodium,album, Fat Hen,All Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Chenopodium,album, Lambsquarters ,atrazine 1973 Canada Cropland , http://www.pioneer.net/~heapian/ heapian(at)pioneer.net 1997,International Survey of Herbicide-Resistant Weeds. Ian Heap
  • Chenopodium,album, Lambsquarters ,atrazine 1979 New Zealand Corn , http://www.pioneer.net/~heapian/ heapian(at)pioneer.net 1997,International Survey of Herbicide-Resistant Weeds. Ian Heap
  • Chenopodium,album, Lambsquarters ,atrazine 1979 USA Cropland , http://www.pioneer.net/~heapian/ heapian(at)pioneer.net 1997,International Survey of Herbicide-Resistant Weeds. Ian Heap
  • Chenopodium,album, Lambsquarters ,"atrazine 1980 Belgium Corn, Roadsides ", http://www.pioneer.net/~heapian/ heapian(at)pioneer.net 1997,International Survey of Herbicide-Resistant Weeds. Ian Heap
  • Chenopodium,album, Lambsquarters ,atrazine 1980 Germany Corn , http://www.pioneer.net/~heapian/ heapian(at)pioneer.net 1997,International Survey of Herbicide-Resistant Weeds. Ian Heap
  • Chenopodium,album, Lambsquarters ,atrazine 1980 The NetherlandsCorn , http://www.pioneer.net/~heapian/ heapian(at)pioneer.net 1997,International Survey of Herbicide-Resistant Weeds. Ian Heap
  • Chenopodium,album, Lambsquarters ,"atrazine 1986 Czech Republic Corn, Sugarbeet", http://www.pioneer.net/~heapian/ heapian(at)pioneer.net 1997,International Survey of Herbicide-Resistant Weeds. Ian Heap
  • Chenopodium,album, Lambsquarters ,atrazine 1987 Spain Corn , http://www.pioneer.net/~heapian/ heapian(at)pioneer.net 1997,International Survey of Herbicide-Resistant Weeds. Ian Heap
  • Chenopodium,album, Lambsquarters ,atrazine 1991 Poland Corn , http://www.pioneer.net/~heapian/ heapian(at)pioneer.net 1997,International Survey of Herbicide-Resistant Weeds. Ian Heap
  • Chenopodium,album, Lambsquarters ,atrazine 1995 Chile , http://www.pioneer.net/~heapian/ heapian(at)pioneer.net 1997,International Survey of Herbicide-Resistant Weeds. Ian Heap
  • Chenopodium,album, Lambsquarters ,atrazine 1995 Italy , http://www.pioneer.net/~heapian/ heapian(at)pioneer.net 1997,International Survey of Herbicide-Resistant Weeds. Ian Heap
  • Chenopodium,album, Lambsquarters ,atrazine 1996 Slovenia Corn , http://www.pioneer.net/~heapian/ heapian(at)pioneer.net 1997,International Survey of Herbicide-Resistant Weeds. Ian Heap
  • Chenopodium,album, Lambsquarters ,metribuzin 1994 Norway Cropland , http://www.pioneer.net/~heapian/ heapian(at)pioneer.net 1997,International Survey of Herbicide-Resistant Weeds. Ian Heap
  • Chenopodium,album, Lambsquarters ,metribuzin 1989 Bulgaria Cropland , http://www.pioneer.net/~heapian/ heapian(at)pioneer.net 1997,International Survey of Herbicide-Resistant Weeds. Ian Heap
  • Chenopodium,album, Lambsquarters ,simazine 1989 United Kingdom , http://www.pioneer.net/~heapian/ heapian(at)pioneer.net 1997,International Survey of Herbicide-Resistant Weeds. Ian Heap
  • Chenopodium,album, Lambsquarters ,triazines 1977 Switzerland Corn , http://www.pioneer.net/~heapian/ heapian(at)pioneer.net 1997,International Survey of Herbicide-Resistant Weeds. Ian Heap
  • Chenopodium,album, Lambsquarters ,triazines 1978 France , http://www.pioneer.net/~heapian/ heapian(at)pioneer.net 1997,International Survey of Herbicide-Resistant Weeds. Ian Heap
  • Chenopodium,album, lambsquaters,From lists and sources by Faith Campbell and John Randall,"Plant Invaders of Parks and Natural Areas, US National Parks, weed"
  • Chenopodium,album,syn ,"White goosefoot, Common lambsquarters","fields, gardens, roadsides, waste placesThis species was formerly cultivated as a bread plant because of its highly nutritive seeds. High vit. C content & used as a salad plant & in medicine",Widespread weed of the Old World; introduced and naturalised into the New World,"The Weed Flora of Egypt Boulos, L., & Nabil el-Hadidi, M"
  • Chenopodium,album, Weed Science List
  • Chenopodium,album, annual dominant weed barley & wheat crops Weed in rich site , Upland Korea Upland Japan Hokkaido Okayama ,Weeds and Weed Control in Asia
  • Chenopodium,album, common lambsquarters,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Chenopodium,ambrosioides,var. ambrosiodes to var. anthelminicum (& intermediates),Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Chenopodium,ambrosioides, Weed of aquatic ecosystems Web Address: http://hammock.ifas.ufl.edu/text/fw/19934.htm,"Florida Weeds, FAIRS."
  • Chenopodium,ambrosioides,syn ,Wormseed,"Nile and canal banks, moist ground""Used medicinally as a vermifuge, antiasthmatic, diuretic, etc. Leaves are also used as a condiment.""",Naturalised from S Amer,"The Weed Flora of Egypt Boulos, L., & Nabil el-Hadidi, M"
  • Chenopodium,ambrosioides, wormseed,Weed Science List
  • Chenopodium,ambrosioides, "Mexican tea, Indian goosefoot, bitterweed, wormseed",Chenopodium ambrosioides is a common annual (occasionally perennial) weed and infests 25 crops in over 65 countries.,originated in C & S Amer and is now found in over 60 temperate and tropical countries,WORLD WEEDS Natural Histories & Distribution - Holm et. al.
  • Chenopodium,ambrosioides, mexicantea,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Chenopodium,berlandieri, "fresh seed dormant; storage 3-5mths at 3C in moist sand/peat, or dry at room temp increased germ; germ at 30C ",Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Chenopodium,bontei, Weed Science List
  • Chenopodium,bontei, P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Chenopodium,bonus-henricus, Perennial goosefoot,17% of fresh seed; storing 3-5mths at 3C in moist peat gives high germ %; germ at 30C,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Chenopodium,bonus-henricus, perennial goosefoot,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Chenopodium,botrys, Jerusalemoak goosefoot,poor germ of fresh seed; storage 3-5mths in moist peat/sand at 3C gives high germ %; dry storage only good germ % if stored over 2yrs; germ at constant 30C with long photoperiods,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Chenopodium,botrys, Jerusalem Goosefoot,"Mainland Europe, except, Denmark & Greece",Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Chenopodium,botrys, Jerusalem Goosefoot,"Mainland Europe, except, Denmark & Greece",Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Chenopodium,botrys, jerusalemoak goosefoot,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Chenopodium,capitatum, blite goosefoot,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
    Chenopodium,cristatum,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Chenopodium,detestans,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Chenopodium,detestans, Weed Science List
  • Chenopodium,fasciculosum, Weed Science List
  • Chenopodium,fasciculosum, P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Chenopodium,ficifolium, "require high temps to germ, 35-40C",Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Chenopodium,ficifolium, Fig leaved Goosefoot,C. serotinum,All Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Chenopodium,ficifolium, Figleaved goosefoot,atrazine 1980 Germany Corn , http://www.pioneer.net/~heapian/ heapian(at)pioneer.net 1997,International Survey of Herbicide-Resistant Weeds. Ian Heap
  • Chenopodium,ficifolium, Figleaved goosefoot,triazines 1986 Switzerland Vegetables , http://www.pioneer.net/~heapian/ heapian(at)pioneer.net 1997,International Survey of Herbicide-Resistant Weeds. Ian Heap
  • Chenopodium,ficifolium,syn ,"cultivated fields, waste ground","Eur, Asia","The Weed Flora of Egypt Boulos, L., & Nabil el-Hadidi, M"
  • Chenopodium,ficifolium, Weed Science List
  • Chenopodium,ficifolium, P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Chenopodium,gigantospermum, 35% germ alt. exposure to light & alt. temp of 15-25C; seed stored on moist blotters at 3C for 1wk & germ in constant darkness at alt. temps of 20-30C gave 31% germ,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Chenopodium,glaucum,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Chenopodium,glaucum, Oak leaf goosefoot,75% of freshly harvested seed; germ remained high in seed stored dry for 3-5mths at room temp or 3C; germ at 30C,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Chenopodium,glaucum, Oak leaved goosefoot,All Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Chenopodium,glaucum, Weed Science List
  • Chenopodium,glaucum, oakleaf goosefoot,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Chenopodium,hircinum, Weed Science List
    Chenopodium,hircinum, P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Chenopodium,hybridum, Maple leaf goosefoot,"poor germ of fresh seed; 41% germ at 30C, when stored in moist peat/sand for 3-5mths at 3C for 1wk ",Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Chenopodium,hybridum, Maple leaved Goosefoot,All Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Chenopodium,hybridum, Maple leaved Goosefoot,All Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Chenopodium,hybridum, mapleleaf goosefoot,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Chenopodium,leptophyllum, slimleaf lambsquarters,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Chenopodium,macrospermum,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Chenopodium,macrospermum, Region of origin - S Amer; Extent of spread - localised ; Means of spread - unknown,CRC for Weeds Tech Series Report # 3
  • Chenopodium,macrospermum, Weed Science List
  • Chenopodium,melanocarpum,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Chenopodium,multifidum,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Chenopodium,multifidum, Weed Science List
  • Chenopodium,murale,"sowbane, nettle-leaf goosefoot, green fat hen",XX,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Chenopodium,murale, Nettle leaf goosefoot,19% germ of fresh seed; seed stored dry for 5mths-2yrs increases germ the longer stored,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Chenopodium,murale, Nettle leaved Goosefoot,All Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Chenopodium,murale,syn ,Nettle-leaved goosefoot,"fields, gardens, orchards, roadsides, irrigation canals, waste ground.Plant leaves used as salad herb",Widespread cosmopolitan weed,"The Weed Flora of Egypt Boulos, L., & Nabil el-Hadidi, M"
  • Chenopodium,murale, Weed Science List
  • Chenopodium,murale, "nettleleaf goosefoot, nettle leaved fathen ",Chenopodium murale is a common annual herbaceous weed of 25 crops in 57 countries and is frequently reported a principal weed in wheat. It occurs over a wide range of latitudes (NZ to Sweden) and altitudes (the coast of Lebanon to the Bolivian Andes). I,originated in Eurasia ,WORLD WEEDS Natural Histories & Distribution - Holm et. al.
  • Chenopodium,murale, nettleleaf goosefoot,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Chenopodium,nitrariaceum,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Chenopodium,opulifolium,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Chenopodium,opulifolium, Grey Goosefoot,All Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Chenopodium,paganum, Pigweed goosefoot,fresh seed dormant; storage 3-5mths in moist sand/peat at 3C; or dry storage for over 2yrs high germ %; germ at 30C,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Chenopodium,paganum, pigweed goosefoot,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Chenopodium,paniculatum, Weed Science List
  • Chenopodium,paniculatum, P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Chenopodium,polyspermum, Many seeded goosefoot,fresh seed dormant; storage 3-5mths in moist sand/peat at 3C or dry storage for over 2yrs increased germ % at 30C,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Chenopodium,polyspermum, Many seeded Goosefoot,All Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Chenopodium,polyspermum, Many seeded Goosefoot,All Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Chenopodium,polyspermum, Manyseeded goosefoot,atrazine 1988 Germany Corn , http://www.pioneer.net/~heapian/ heapian(at)pioneer.net 1997,International Survey of Herbicide-Resistant Weeds. Ian Heap
  • Chenopodium,polyspermum, Manyseeded goosefoot,triazines 1980 France , http://www.pioneer.net/~heapian/ heapian(at)pioneer.net 1997,International Survey of Herbicide-Resistant Weeds. Ian Heap
  • Chenopodium,polyspermum, Manyseeded goosefoot,triazines 1982 Switzerland Corn , http://www.pioneer.net/~heapian/ heapian(at)pioneer.net 1997,International Survey of Herbicide-Resistant Weeds. Ian Heap
  • Chenopodium,polyspermum, manyseeded goosefoot,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Chenopodium,pratericola, narrowleaf goosefoot,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Chenopodium,pumilio,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Chenopodium,rubrum, Red goosefoot,"29% germ of fresh seed; dry storage at room temp for 5mth 100% germ, at 30C ",Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Chenopodium,rubrum, Red Goosefoot,All Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Chenopodium,rubrum, Red Goosefoot,All Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Chenopodium,rubrum, red goosefoot,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Chenopodium,schraderanum, Chenopodium foetidum,light exposure increases germ %; germ % increased as proportion of red light increased,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Chenopodium,strictum, 28% germ of fresh seed; dry storage for 5mths at 3C or room temp increases germ %; but higher germ % in seed stored in moist peat at 3C for 3-5mths; dry stored for over 2yrs high germ %; germ at 30C,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Chenopodium,strictum, Late Flowering Goosefoot ,glaucophyllum , http://www.pioneer.net/~heapian/ heapian(at)pioneer.net 1997,International Survey of Herbicide-Resistant Weeds. Ian Heap
  • Chenopodium,strictum, Late Flowering Goosefoot ,atrazine 1976 Canada Cropland , http://www.pioneer.net/~heapian/ heapian(at)pioneer.net 1997,International Survey of Herbicide-Resistant Weeds. Ian Heap
  • Chenopodium,strictum, Late Flowering Goosefoot ,"atrazine 1989 Czech Republic Corn, Sugarbeet", http://www.pioneer.net/~heapian/ heapian(at)pioneer.net 1997,International Survey of Herbicide-Resistant Weeds. Ian Heap
  • Chenopodium,suecicum, C. viride,"North & Eastern Europe inc Scandinavia, UK, Eire",Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Chenopodium,suecicum, C. viride,"North & Eastern Europe inc Scandinavia, UK, Eire",Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Chenopodium,urbicum, City goosefoot,33% germ of fresh seed; dry stored seed at room temp for 2yrs germ 97% at 30C,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Chenopodium,urbicum, Upright Goosefoot,All Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Chenopodium,urbicum, Upright Goosefoot,All Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Chenopodium,urbicum, city goosefoot,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Chenopodium,vulvaria,X,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Chenopodium,vulvaria, Stinking Goosefoot,"All Europe, except, Eire, Norway & Northern Sweden",Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Chenopodium,vulvaria, Weed Science List
  • Chenopodium ,album, Common lambs quarters,"very long dormancy period- more than 3yrs; broken by KNO3 treatment, washing, sulphuric acid treatment, or breaking seed coat; will germ under wide range of conditions once dormancy broken",Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Chenopodium ,ambrosioides, Mexican tea,"storing seed in moist sand/peat at 3C for 3,4,or 5 mths increases germ; dry storage at room temp for 5mths -2yrs, longer the higher the germ",Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Chenopodium ,aristatum, 92% germ of seed in darkness at 24.5C with 8hr light,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Cnenopodium,mruale, Sowbane,"Dispersal: ?animal external,?animal (not bird), internal. Life Form: Annual. RISK: Potential threat to one or vegetation formations (Victoria). Vegetation Formations Invaded: 1,4,8,9,12","Eur, Am, In Victoria: Widespread, medium to large populations",Environmental Weed Invasions In Victoria
  • Corispermum,hyssopifolium, Hyssop leaf tickseed,"prechilling of moist seed at 3C for 1-3wks, then alt. temp 20-30C in dark",Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Corispermum,hyssopifolium, hyssopleaf tickseed,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Corispermum,marginale, "seeds, planted in field in late autumn of year collected, germ from mid-spring",Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Corispermum,marschallii, Eastern Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Corispermum,marschallii, Eastern Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Corispermum,nitidum, Eastern Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Corispermum,nitidum, Eastern Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Corispermum,villosum, germ % increased by exposing moist seeds to winter temps,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Cycloloma,atriplicifolium,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Cycloloma,atriplicifolium, Weed Science List
  • Cycloloma,atriplicifolium, winged pigweed,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Grayia,spinosa, 58% germ with alt. temp of 20-30C in dark,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Halogeton,glomeratus, Halogeton ,"California Noxious Weed Control Projects Inventory (CNWCPI) A combined government/private/non-profit effort to establish a database, accessible through the Internet, containing information on noxious weed control in California. This information will f",Californian Noxious Weed
  • Halogeton,glomeratus, Halogeton ,"California Noxious Weed Control Projects Inventory (CNWCPI) A combined government/private/non-profit effort to establish a database, accessible through the Internet, containing information on noxious weed control in California. This information will f",Californian Noxious Weed
  • Halogeton,glomeratus, Halogeton,"2 kinds of seed; brown seed produced 1st, black seed; 95-99% germ of black seed on moist filter paper, within 9-10hrs; brown seed dormant, but excised embryos germ",Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Halogeton,glomeratus, Halogeton ,PRELIMINARY LIST OF PLANT SPECIES OF CONCERN: Most invasive - widespread ,Pacific Northwest Exotic Pest Plant Council (Weed)
  • Halogeton,glomeratus, halogeton,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Halogeton,glomeratus, P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Monolepis,nuttalliana, Monolepis,"seeds planted in field in the autumn of year of collection; 4% germ in following season, most germ by spring, but some germ occurred throughout the growing season; seeds of original planting continued to germ throughout the 5yrs of study",Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Monolepis,nuttalliana, monolepis,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Monolepis,spathulata,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Monolepis,spathulata, Region of origin - N Amer; Extent of spread - localised; Means of spread - unknown,CRC for Weeds Tech Series Report # 3
  • Monolepis,spathulata, Weed Science List
  • Polycnemum,arvense, "Mainland Europe, except Denmark",Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Polycnemum,arvense, "Mainland Europe, except Denmark",Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Polycnemum,majus, "Mainland Europe, except Denmark",Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Polycnemum,majus, "Mainland Europe, except Denmark",Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Rhagodia,spinescens,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Salsola,australis, Common Russianthistle ,"California Noxious Weed Control Projects Inventory (CNWCPI) A combined government/private/non-profit effort to establish a database, accessible through the Internet, containing information on noxious weed control in California. This information will f",Californian Noxious Weed
  • Salsola,collina, spineless Russian thistle ,"California Noxious Weed Control Projects Inventory (CNWCPI) A combined government/private/non-profit effort to establish a database, accessible through the Internet, containing information on noxious weed control in California. This information will f",Californian Noxious Weed
  • Salsola,iberica, Russian Thistle,chlorsulfuron 1987 USA Wheat , http://www.pioneer.net/~heapian/ heapian(at)pioneer.net 1997,International Survey of Herbicide-Resistant Weeds. Ian Heap
  • Salsola,iberica, Russian thistle ,PRELIMINARY LIST OF PLANT SPECIES OF CONCERN: Wildland weeds of lesser invasiveness,Pacific Northwest Exotic Pest Plant Council (Weed)
  • Salsola,iberica, Russian thistle,From lists and sources by Faith Campbell and John Randall,"Plant Invaders of Parks and Natural Areas, US National Parks, weed"
  • Salsola,kali,NP,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Salsola,kali," var. tenuifolia Salsola kali, Salsola pestifer",Russian thistle,"seed tested within 1yr of harvest 44% germ with alt. light/dark at alt. 20-30C & 34% in dark, 15C with alt. light/dark gern 12%, 20C in dark 10% germ; no germ of fresh seed but with embryo excised, germ within 3days",Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Salsola,kali, Prickly Saltwort,All Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Salsola,kali, Russian tumbleweed,"Herbaceous SpeciesInvades: roadsides, disturbed sites, riverbanks, riverbeds, in dry or somewhat saline areas",Origin: Asia,Plant Invaders of Southern Africa. (Weeds)
  • Salsola,kali, Russian tumbleweed,"Herbaceous SpeciesInvades: roadsides, disturbed sites, riverbanks, riverbeds, in dry or somewhat saline areas",Origin: Asia,Plant Invaders of Southern Africa. (Weeds)
  • Salsola,kali, Weed Science List
  • Salsola,kali, "buckbush, prickly saltwort, soft roly-poly, Russian thistle, Russian tumbleweed, saltwort, Russian cactus, tartor thistle","Salsola kali, with the oft-used name tumbleweed, or Russian thistle, is one of our most interesting weeds. When mature, it may roll and tumble for hours as it spreads seeds in its path over flat or hilly country. It is a weed of more than 30 crops in 40 ","Eur, Mediterranean Sea, C Asia, N & C Amer, Canada, Soviet Union, Australia, Afghanistan, Argentina, S Afr, Mexico",WORLD WEEDS Natural Histories & Distribution - Holm et. al.
  • Salsola,kali, P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Salsola,kali var. tenuifolia, Russian thistle,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Salsola,paulsenii, Barbwire Russianthistle ,"California Noxious Weed Control Projects Inventory (CNWCPI) A combined government/private/non-profit effort to establish a database, accessible through the Internet, containing information on noxious weed control in California. This information will f",Californian Noxious Weed
  • Salsola,soda, Glasswort ,"California Noxious Weed Control Projects Inventory (CNWCPI) A combined government/private/non-profit effort to establish a database, accessible through the Internet, containing information on noxious weed control in California. This information will f",Californian Noxious Weed
  • Salsola,soda, Southern & Eastern Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Salsola,soda, Southern & Eastern Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Salsola,vermiculata, Wormleaf Salsola ,"California Noxious Weed Control Projects Inventory (CNWCPI) A combined government/private/non-profit effort to establish a database, accessible through the Internet, containing information on noxious weed control in California. This information will f",Californian Noxious Weed
  • Sarcobatus,vermiculatus, greasewood,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Sclerolaena,bicornis,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Sclerolaena,birchii,"Anisacantha birchii, Bassia birchii","galvanised burr, blue burr, galvanised roly poly, Hermidale lucerne, Woolerino burr",LP,NSW; SA,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Sclerolaena,birchii," Anisacantha birchii, Bassia birchii","galvanised burr, blue burr, galvanised roly poly, Hermidale lucerne, Woolerino burr","competes with useful pasture species & because of its spines, discourages grazing & hinders stock movement; as a pioneer plant it performs a useful function, preventing complete denudation & soil erosion of over grazed areas, acts as a colonising agent, t","native of semi-arid poplar box & cypress pine, shrub woodlands of Qld & NSW, fluctuate widely under the influence of seasonal conditions & land use","Noxious Weeds of Australia, P & C"
  • Sclerolaena,birchii, Galvanised burr + N ," PROCLAIMED PLANTS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA, AUGUST 1996 # Plant must be destroyed. * Control required in part of the State only. + Control not required. n Notifiable in part of the State. N Notifiable throughout the State. c Special program in south-ea","South Australian ""Proclaimed Plants"" (Weed)"
  • Sclerolaena,birchii, galvanised burr,Weed Science List
  • Sclerolaena,birchii, galvanised burr,P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Sclerolaena,calcarata,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Sclerolaena,muricata,"Anisacantha muricata, Bassia quinquecuspis","five-spined saltbush, black roly poly, electric burr, five-spined bassia, prickly roly poly, spiny roly poly",LP,Vic,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Sclerolaena,muricata," Anisacantha muricata, Bassia quinquecuspis","five-spined saltbush, black roly poly, electric burr, five-spined bassia, prickly roly poly, spiny roly poly",has spread rapidly forming dense patches due to overgrazing of the semi-arid areas of Aust; its now considered a weed because it occupies pasture space & is grazed by sheep only when plants are very young; may be toxic to grazing animals due to high level,"native to semi-arid eastern Aust, it replaces more palatable plants when areas are overgrazed or weakened by drought, flooding or trampling","Noxious Weeds of Australia, P & C"
  • Sclerolaena,muricata, five-spined saltbush,Weed Science List
  • Sclerolaena,muricata, five-spined saltbush,P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Spinacia,oleracea, Weed Science List
  • Suaeda,aegyptiaca, Weed Science List
  • Suaeda,aegyptyaca,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Suaeda,baccifera,Annual Seablite,X,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Suaeda,baccifera, Annual Seablite,"Dispersal: Water,Wind. Life Form: Annual. RISK: Potential threat to one or vegetation formations (Victoria). Vegetation Formations Invaded: 11","Euras, In Victoria: Limited distribution, small populations",Environmental Weed Invasions In Victoria
  • Suaeda,baccifera, Weed Science List
  • Suaeda,fruticosa, Alkali seepweed,"vegetative propagation by branches covered with shingle; low germ of seed, after 1mth 25% germ in water & 8% in 0.5% NaCl soln",Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Suaeda,fruticosa, alkali seepweed,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Suaeda,linifolia,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Suaeda,maritima,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Suaeda,maritima, Chenopodina maritima,viability is low & dec. with high conc. of NaCl; after 1mth only 8% germ in tap water & 0% in higher salinities; no germ of seeds even with testa broken after 12wks in water; 87% germ when placed in germinator & exposed to temps prevailing outdoors,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Suckleya,suckleyana, poison suckleya,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Chlorophyceae-Caulerpaceae
  • Caulerpa,taxifolia,algae,Initial list of Invasive weeds nominated by Aliens list members,"Aliens List, Nominated Worst Invasive Weeds"
  • Caulerpa,taxifolia,algae,P,"Lower PlantThis invasive clone was apparently introduced into the Mediterranean Seafrom the Monaco Aquarium in 1984. It covered roughly one square yard in1984, spread to over 2 acres by 1989, and now covers over 10,000 acresextending from the shore to", Exceptions Noted in Comments on Taxa sectionMediterranean Sea,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Chlorophyceae-Cladophoraceae
  • Cladophora,spp.,algae,P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Cladophora,spp. ,algae,cladophora,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Pithophora ,pithophora, ,algae,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Chlorophyceae-Hydrodictyaceae
  • Hydrodictyon,reticulatum,algae, Japan,Weeds and Weed Control in Asia
  • Hydrodictyon,spp. ,algae,hydrodictyon,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Chlorophyceae-Palmellaceae
  • Aphanocapsa,spp. , a blue green algae,vegetative propagation of terminal sections,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Chroococaceae
  • Microcystis,toxica,P,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Microcystis,toxica, Weed Science List
  • Microcystis,toxica, P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Cichoriaceae
  • Arnoseris,minima, Lamb's Succory,"All Europe, N Amer, Aust & NZ",Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Arnoseris,minima,Compositae ,Lamb's Succory,"All Europe, N Amer, Aust & NZ",Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Cichorium,endivia, Endive,Medit Region,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Lapsana,communis, Nipplewort,All Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Reichardia,intermedia, Picridium intermedium,Southern Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Reichardia,intermedia,Compositae ,Picridium intermedium,Southern Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Reichardia,picroides, "Picridium vulgare, R. macrophylla",Southern Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Reichardia,picroides,Compositae ,"Picridium vulgare, R. macrophylla",Southern Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Reichardia,tingitana, Picridium tingitanum,"Spain, Portugal, Italy & Greece",Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Rhagadiolus,stellatus, R. edulis,Southern Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Rhagadiolus,stellatus,Compositae ,R. edulis,Southern Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Urospermum,dalechampii, Southern Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Urospermum,dalechampii,Compositae ,Southern Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Urospermum,picroides, Southern Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Cistaceae
  • Cistus,ladanifer, Gum Citrus ,"California Noxious Weed Control Projects Inventory (CNWCPI) A combined government/private/non-profit effort to establish a database, accessible through the Internet, containing information on noxious weed control in California. This information will f",Californian Noxious Weed
  • Cistus,psilosepalus,Rock Rose,X,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Cistus,psilosepalus, Rock Rose,"Dispersal: Water. Life Form: Small to medium shrub. RISK: Potential threat to one or vegetation formations (Victoria). Vegetation Formations Invaded: 4,8","Introduced deliberately from: SW Eur and Commercially Available, In Victoria: Rare or localised, medium to large populations",Environmental Weed Invasions In Victoria
  • Cistus,psilosepalus, Weed Science List
  • Cistus,sp.,Rock Rose,X,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Cistus,sp., Rock Rose,Dispersal: ?. Life Form: Small to medium shrub. RISK: Potential threat to one or vegetation formations (Victoria). Vegetation Formations Invaded: 4,"Introduced deliberately from: Med and Commercially Available, In Victoria: Rare or localised, medium to large populations",Environmental Weed Invasions In Victoria
  • Tuberaria,guttata,Helianthemum guttatum,"seed germ on moist sand in closed dishes in lab, some germ within few days of sowing & other hard seeds germ long after sowing; hard seeds scarified with fine sandpaper germ inc. after sowing",Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Cleomaceae
  • Gyandropsis,gynandra,syn Cleome gynandra; Gyandropsis pentaphylla,Spider flower,"fields, orchards, gardens, waste groundLeaves are edible as a green vegetable","Afr, Asia; introduced into New World","The Weed Flora of Egypt Boulos, L., & Nabil el-Hadidi, M"
  • Harungana,madagascariensis,harungana,XS,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Clusiaceae
  • Hypericum,androsaemum,"tutsan, sweet amber",HAX,NLP,Vic,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Hypericum,androsaemum, Tutsan,"Dispersal: Bird, internal,animal external,.Water. Life Form: Small to medium shrub. RISK: Very serious threat to one or vegetation formations (Victoria). Vegetation Formations Invaded: 6,7,8,13,14","Introduced deliberately from: Eur,N Af,W As, In Victoria: Widespread, medium to large populations",Environmental Weed Invasions In Victoria
  • Hypericum,androsaemum, "tutsan, sweet amber","introd as an ornamental sp. because of its attractive reddish foliage & bright yellow flowers; in Vic it grows densely in the Otway Ranges, the South Gippsland Hills, Dandenong Ranges & in the NE, particularly near Mansfield; in Tas, there are odd patches","native to W & E Eur, Asia Minor, & N Afr, not widely estab. throughout the world & is considered weedy only in Vic, NSW, & in NZ it grows on both islands & is viewed as a weed on relatively poor pasture country in several areas","Noxious Weeds of Australia, P & C"
    Hypericum,androsaemum, Tutsan,Weed Science List
  • Hypericum,androsaemum, ,Tutsan,P,"IDENTIFICATIONEvergreen/semi-evergreen shrub or subshrub to 1.5 m tall. Oval leaves, usually opposite, without a stalk, to 10 cm. Terminalflower bunches, pale yellow, Nov-Feb. Round fruit, to 1 cm, red becoming black. IMPACT TO BIOTA AND ECOSYSTEMSCap","HABITATSRocky and open streams, coastal areas and inshore islands, shrublands, rocklands, gumlands, steepland forest and mobileslopes, coastal forest in light gaps, roadsides, gravel pits, exotic plantations, rough pasture. Fairly common on roadsides,b",Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Hypericum,calycinum,Large-fl. St Johns Wort,H,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Hypericum,calycinum, Large-fl. St Johns Wort,"Dispersal: ?animal external,?Water,?Wind. Life Form: Small to medium shrub. RISK: Very serious threat to one or vegetation formations (Victoria). Vegetation Formations Invaded: ?","Introduced deliberately from: SE Eur,W As and Commercially Available, In Victoria: Widespread, medium to large populations",Environmental Weed Invasions In Victoria
  • Hypericum,erectum, 46% germ at 23C with 18 reps of 10 000 lux . lmin irradiations at 6hr intervals but a single irradiation of more than 2days required to obtain same germ,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Hypericum,grandifolium,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Hypericum,grandifolium, "Region of origin - Madeira, Canary Is.; Extent of spread - localised ; Means of spread - ornamental",CRC for Weeds Tech Series Report # 3
  • Hypericum,humifusum,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Hypericum,humifusum, "UK, Eire, S Sweden, Central & Western Europe ",Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Hypericum,humifusum,Guttiferae ,"UK, Eire, S Sweden, Central & Western Europe ",Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Hypericum,japonicum,"syn Hypericum chinense, Hypericum mutilum, Sarothra japonica","wet or marshy sites; ditches, stream banks to dry places, roadsides & roadbanks, terrace banks, sunny places; 0-3400m alt; sometimes abundant; upland rice fields, a weed of minor importance, as the plants are very weak & have superficial roots, ","Asia, from Japan, S Korea & SE China to Ceylon; Aust, NZ, Hawaii; throughout Malesia & Indonesia, except the Moluccas & Lesser Sunda Islands, as far as known","Weeds of Rice in Indonesia, Soerjani et al, 1987"
  • Hypericum,linarifolium, seeds germ readily in lab in 6-8days; under lab conditions remain viable for 2yrs,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Hypericum,perforatum, Initial list of Invasive weeds nominated by Aliens list members,"Aliens List, Nominated Worst Invasive Weeds"
  • Hypericum,perforatum,var. angustifolium and probably other varieties,"St John's wort, goatweed, klamath weed, perfoliate St John's wort",HXAXH,NL,WA; Vic; ACT; Tas; NSW,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Hypericum,perforatum, Klamathweed ,"California Noxious Weed Control Projects Inventory (CNWCPI) A combined government/private/non-profit effort to establish a database, accessible through the Internet, containing information on noxious weed control in California. This information will f",Californian Noxious Weed
  • Hypericum,perforatum, St Johns Wort,"Dispersal: animal external,Water,Wind. Life Form: Perennial herb. RISK: Very serious threat to one or vegetation formations (Victoria). Vegetation Formations Invaded: 4,5,6,8","Introduced deliberately from: Eur,W As, In Victoria: Widespread, medium to large populations",Environmental Weed Invasions In Victoria
  • Hypericum,perforatum, St. John's wort,92% at 18-20C or alt. 20-30C in light on distilled water moistened filter paper after 7days,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Hypericum,perforatum, Perforate St. John's Wort,"H. noeanum, H. veronense",All Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Hypericum,perforatum, "St John's wort, goatweed, Klamath weed, perfoliate St John's wort","has been recorded in all States except NT, only occurrence in Qld, on the E Darling Downs is believed to have been eradicated; most heavily infested areas now are on the C & S Tablelands & Slopes of NSW & in NE Vic; it is estimated to infest over 188 000h","Noxious Weeds of Australia, P & C"
  • Hypericum,perforatum, St. John's wort ,PRELIMINARY LIST OF PLANT SPECIES OF CONCERN: Most invasive - widespread ,Pacific Northwest Exotic Pest Plant Council (Weed)
  • Hypericum,perforatum, common St. John's wort,From lists and sources by Faith Campbell and John Randall,"Plant Invaders of Parks and Natural Areas, US National Parks, weed"
  • Hypericum,perforatum, St John's wort,"Declared Weed. Biocontrol: effective agents available Woody SpeciesInvades: mountain and lowland fynbos, old lands, orchardsCultivated for: ","Origin: Europe, Asia & N Afr",Plant Invaders of Southern Africa. (Weeds)
  • Hypericum,perforatum, St John's wort,"Declared Weed. Biocontrol: effective agents available Woody SpeciesInvades: mountain and lowland fynbos, old lands, orchardsCultivated for: ","Origin: Europe, Asia & N Afr",Plant Invaders of Southern Africa. (Weeds)
  • Hypericum,perforatum, St John's wort, Declared spp. under ARRPA,Weed Science List
  • Hypericum,perforatum, St. Johnswort,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Hypericum,perforatum, "St John's wort, Klamathweed, goatweed",P,"Declared spp. under ARRPAUses for taxon:Materials: essential oils, lipids (for cosmetics fide Ency CNatIn) Medicines: folklore, potential as antiviral or antidepressive (fidePhytomedicine 2:67-71. 1995; Ency CNatIn) Vertebrate poisons: mamm","Algeria [north]; Tunisia; Morocco; widely introd. & natzd.; Spain [incl.Baleares, Canary Islands]; Portugal [incl. Azores, Madeira]; Greece[incl. Crete]; Italy [incl. Sardinia, Sicily]; France [incl. Corsica]; Switzerland; Austria; Hungary; Yugoslavia; N",Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Hypericum,punctatum, spotted St. Johnswort,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Hypericum,quadrangulum, seeds placed in germinator soon after harvest exposed to temps similiar to those prevailing outdoors; 00% germ ,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Hypericum,tetrapterum,"St Peter's wort, square stemmed hypericum, square stemmed St John's wort, winged St John's wort",X,LP,Vic,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Hypericum,tetrapterum, Sq.-stem St Johns Wort,Dispersal: animal external.Water. Life Form: Perennial herb. RISK: Potential threat to one or vegetation formations (Victoria). Vegetation Formations Invaded: 8,"Eur,W As,N Af, In Victoria: Rare or localised, medium to large populations",Environmental Weed Invasions In Victoria
  • Hypericum,tetrapterum, "St Peter's wort, square stemmed hypericum, square stemmed St John's wort, winged St John's wort","1st recorded in Vic in 1920, but its potential as a weed was not recognised until 1965; it occured along the Woori Yallock Creek in the Dandenong Ranges to the E of Melbourne, but in now known to exist along several other creeks in the area; generally con","native of Eur, W Asia, & N Afr, does not occur as a weed anywhere ex Vic & NZ, in both cases it is restricted to swampy areas & low-lying pastures","Noxious Weeds of Australia, P & C"
  • Hypericum,tetrapterum, St Peter's wort,Weed Science List
  • Hypericum,tetrapterum, St Peter's wort,P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Hypericum,triquetrifolium,Hypericum crispum,"tangled hypericum, curled-leafed St John's wort, wavyleaf St John's wort",X,LP,Vic,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Hypericum,triquetrifolium, Hypericum crispum,"tangled hypericum, curled-leafed St John's wort, wavyleaf St John's wort",possibly poisonous to stock & may cause photosensitisation similar to St. John's wort; very competitive & where estab. in Vic it has eliminated most other vegetation,"originated in E Eur & the Medit region & is considered a weed of orchards, vineyards & field crops in part of this range, in Tunisia, Lebanon, Turkey & Greece; apart from these countries it is regarded as weedy only in Vicoccurs as a single patch of abou","Noxious Weeds of Australia, P & C"
  • Hypericum,triquetrifolium, tangled hypericum,Weed Science List
  • Hypericum,triquetrifolium, tangled hypericum,P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Hypericum,x inodorum,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Hypericum,x inodorum,= H. androsaemum x H. hircinum,Tutsan,P,"Upright bushy shrub, deciduous or evergreen",North west Spain to North west Italy and Corsicawidely naturalised including North Island New Zealand,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Hypericum,X moserianum,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Hypericum ,perforatum,"goatweed, St John's wort",WATCH LISTMay be a problem elsewhere; more information needed.,Invasive Exotic Pest Plants in Tennessee
  • Cobaeaceae
  • Cobaea,scandens,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Colchicaceae
  • Baeometra,uniflora,X,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Baeometra,uniflora, Weed Science List
  • Gloriosa,superba,"glory lily, climbing lily",HXw,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Gloriosa,superba, "Region of origin - Afr, Asia; Extent of spread - localised; Means of spread - ornamental",CRC for Weeds Tech Series Report # 3
  • Gloriosa,superba, Glory Lily ,Major WeedVINES.,"Environmental Weeds Of North Coast NSW, John Nagle, Greening Australia, 1995"
  • Gloriosa,superba, Glory Lily ,Major WeedGround Covers.,"Rainforest Weeds, John Nagle, Greening Australia, 1995"
  • Combretaceae
  • Combretum,apiculatum, Weed Science List
  • Combretum,apiculatum, P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Combretum,hereroense, Weed Science List
  • Combretum,hereroense, P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Combretum,paniculatum,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Quisqualis,indica,Rangoon creeper,S,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Quisqualis,indica, Weed Science List
  • Terminalia,catappa, India almond,From lists and sources by Faith Campbell and John Randall,"Plant Invaders of Parks and Natural Areas, US National Parks, weed"
  • Terminalia,catappa,tropical almond,"Catergory II - Species that shown a potential to disrupt native plant communities. These species may become ranked as Catergory I, but have not yet demonstrated disruption of natural Florida communities. ",List of Florida's Most Invasive Species - Florida Exotic Pest Plant Council
  • Commelinaceae
  • Aneilema,japonica, Weed Science List
  • Aneilema,japonica, annual dominance ,Weeds and Weed Control in Asia
  • Aneilema,japonica, P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Aneilema,keisak, Weed Science List
  • Aneilema,keisak, P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Callisia,fragrans,fragrant inch plant,S,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Callisia,fragrans, Weed Science List
  • Callisia,fragrans,"inch plant, spironema","Catergory II - Species that shown a potential to disrupt native plant communities. These species may become ranked as Catergory I, but have not yet demonstrated disruption of natural Florida communities. ",List of Florida's Most Invasive Species - Florida Exotic Pest Plant Council
  • Callisia,repens,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Commelina,africana,P,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Commelina,africana, Region of origin - S Afr; Extent of spread - localised; Means of spread - ornamental,CRC for Weeds Tech Series Report # 3
  • Commelina,africana, Weed Science List
  • Commelina,africana, P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Commelina,benghalensis, "dayflower, hairy wandering jew","Malaysia-Indonesia, vegetables, field crops", Fiji; French Polynesia; Guam; New Caledonia; Papua New Guinea; American Samoa Western Samoa; Solomon Islands; Tonga ,""Weeds of Agriculture and Plantation Foresty in the Southern and Western Pacific", D.F Waterhouse"
  • Commelina,benghalensis,"dayflower, hairy wandering jew, jio",X,P,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Commelina,benghalensis, Weed Science List
  • Commelina,benghalensis,syn ,"in places less moist than those preferred by Commelina diffusa, in sunny or lightly shaded waste places, roadsides, between stones, always in fertile soils rich in humus; it can persist also in sandy or rocky soils & will grow rapidly when the rains start","trop Asia, pantropical & subtropical","Weeds of Rice in Indonesia, Soerjani et al, 1987"
  • Commelina,benghalensis, P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Commelina,coelestis, P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Commelina,communis, Day flower,increased germ % with low temp treatment,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Commelina,communis, annual sub-dominance ,Shimane Upland Korea Upland Japan Miyagi ,Weeds and Weed Control in Asia
  • Commelina,communis, ,Weeds and Weed Control in Asia
  • Commelina,communis, dayflower,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Commelina,diffusa, "spreading dayflower, commelina","tropical America, vegetables, fruit trees",Cook Islands; Fiji; French Polynesia; Guam; Niue; Papua New Guinea; American Samoa; Western Samoa; Solomon Islands; Tonga,""Weeds of Agriculture and Plantation Foresty in the Southern and Western Pacific", D.F Waterhouse"
  • Commelina,diffusa, Spreading Dayflower,"2,4-D 1957 USA Sugarcane ", http://www.pioneer.net/~heapian/ heapian(at)pioneer.net 1997,International Survey of Herbicide-Resistant Weeds. Ian Heap
  • Commelina,diffusa, Weed Science List
  • Commelina,diffusa,syn Commelina nudiflora,"is more common than Commelina benghalensis; humic or clayey soils, continuously damp for at least part of the year; principal weed in banana plantations in C Amer; there seems to be a relationship between soil pH & distribution; in sunny or lightly shade","Asia, pantropical, also subtropical","Weeds of Rice in Indonesia, Soerjani et al, 1987"
  • Commelina,diffusa, spreading dayflower,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Commelina,diffusa, P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Commelina,elegans, Weed Science List
  • Commelina,elegans, P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Commelina,gerrardii, Weed Science List
  • Commelina,gerrardii, P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Commelina,kotschyi, Weed Science List
  • Commelina,kotschyi, P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Commelina,latifolia, Weed Science List
  • Commelina,latifolia, P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Commelina,longicaulis, Weed Science List
  • Commelina,longicaulis, P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Commelina,salicifolia, Weed Science List
  • Commelina,salicifolia, P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Commelina,subulata, Weed Science List
  • Commelina,subulata, P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Cyanotis,axillaris, , Thailand ,Weeds and Weed Control in Asia
  • Cyanotis,axillaris,syn ,"humid meadows, shallow ditches & borders, humid parts of teak forest, old brickwalls; more common in areas with a longer dry season; occurs from 10-250m alt; flowers from Jul-Dec in Java; flowers open only once for a few hours; gogo rancah rice fields, a ","Asia, pantropical","Weeds of Rice in Indonesia, Soerjani et al, 1987"
  • Cyanotis,cristata,syn ,"prefers a long dry spell, but occurs also in areas with a weak dry season; usually on stony or hard, rather shaded places, like roadsides, old walls, rocks, terrace walls, lawns, gardens & tree boles; occurs from 10-250m alt. but in Java from 0-1000m alt;","Asia, pantropical","Weeds of Rice in Indonesia, Soerjani et al, 1987"
  • Cyanotis,papilionaceae, Weed Science List
  • Cyanotis,papilionaceae, P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Cyanotis,villosa, Weed Science List
  • Cyanotis,villosa, P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Dichorisandra,thyrsiflora,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Dichorisandra,thyrsiflora, Weed Science List
  • Floscopa,palustris, P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Murdannia,blumei,"syn Aneilema blumei, Aneilema hamiltonianum","humid & marshy sites, in ditches & shallow pools; from 0-750m alt; flowers open only for a few hours, then wilt; rainfed rice fields, a weed of minor importance, Commelinaceae","SE Asia, Java","Weeds of Rice in Indonesia, Soerjani et al, 1987"
  • Murdannia,keisak,Asian spiderwort,"RANK 2. "SIGNIFICANT THREAT"Exotic plant species which possess some invasive characteristics, but have less impact on native plant communities; may have the capacity to invade natural communities along disturbance corridors, or to spread from stands in d",Invasive Exotic Pest Plants in Tennessee
  • Murdannia,nudiflora,X,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Murdannia,nudiflora, , Weeds and Weed Control in Asia
  • Murdannia,spirata,syn Aneilema spiratum,"along water edges, along & in shallow drains, lawns & other wet sunny sites; locally abundant; in W & C Java 15-1370m alt; flowers open during late forenoon & early afternoon; rainfed & upland rice fields, a weed of minor importance, inW Java consumed as ","SE Asia, India, W Malesia, Java","Weeds of Rice in Indonesia, Soerjani et al, 1987"
  • Rhoeo,spathacea,= Tradescantia spathacea,"boat lily, oyster plant",From lists and sources by Faith Campbell and John Randall,"Plant Invaders of Parks and Natural Areas, US National Parks, weed"
  • Rhoeo,spathacea, = Tradescantia spathacea,oyster plant,"Catergory I - Species that are invading and disrupting native plant communities in Florida. This definition does not rely on the economic severity or geographical range of the problem, but on the documented ecological damage caused.",List of Florida's Most Invasive Species - Florida Exotic Pest Plant Council
  • Tradescantia,albiflora,T. fluminensis,wandering jew,HXHXXXX,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Tradescantia,albiflora, Wandering Jew,"Dispersal: Vegetative/Water. Life Form: Perennial herb. RISK: Very serious threat to one or vegetation formations (Victoria). Vegetation Formations Invaded: 5,6,7,8,13,14","Introduced deliberately from: S Am and Commercially Available, In Victoria: Widespread, medium to large populations",Environmental Weed Invasions In Victoria
  • Tradescantia,albiflora, Wandering Creeper ,Major WeedGROUNDCOVERS.,"Environmental Weeds Of North Coast NSW, John Nagle, Greening Australia, 1995"
  • Tradescantia,albiflora, Wandering Creeper ,Major WeedGround Covers.,"Rainforest Weeds, John Nagle, Greening Australia, 1995"
  • Tradescantia,albiflora, Weed Science List
  • Tradescantia,crassifolia, Weed Science List
  • Tradescantia,crassifolia, P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Tradescantia,fluminensis, white flowered wandering jew,From lists and sources by Faith Campbell and John Randall,"Plant Invaders of Parks and Natural Areas, US National Parks, weed"
  • Tradescantia,fluminensis,white-flowered wandering jew,"Catergory I - Species that are invading and disrupting native plant communities in Florida. This definition does not rely on the economic severity or geographical range of the problem, but on the documented ecological damage caused.",List of Florida's Most Invasive Species - Florida Exotic Pest Plant Council
  • Tradescantia,spathacea,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Tradescantia,spp., Initial list of Invasive weeds nominated by Aliens list members,"Aliens List, Nominated Worst Invasive Weeds"
  • Tradescantia,zebrina,Zebrina pendula,"inch plant, wandering jew",w,G,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Tradescantia,zebrina, Striped Wandering Creeper,Ground Covers.,"Rainforest Weeds, John Nagle, Greening Australia, 1995"
  • Zebrina,pendula, Striped Wandering Creeper ,GROUNDCOVERS.,"Environmental Weeds Of North Coast NSW, John Nagle, Greening Australia, 1995"
  • Zebrina,pendula, Weed Science List
  • Convalliaraceae
  • Polygonatum,biflorum, 32% germ in dark at 20-25C during period of 9-14days & 13% in diffuse light during 9-146 days,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Convolvulaceae
  • Argyreia,nervosa,elephant creeper,E,P,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Argyreia,nervosa, elephant creeper,P,"dispersed by bower birds, pers comm, Waterhouse, B",Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Calonyction,muricatum, small moonflower,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Calystegia,hederacea, , Upland Japan ,Weeds and Weed Control in Asia
  • Calystegia,japonica, perennial sub-dominance , Upland Korea Upland Japan ,Weeds and Weed Control in Asia
  • Calystegia,sepium, Hedge Bindweed,All Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Calystegia,silvatica,greater bindweed,H,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Calystegia,silvatica, Greater Bindweed,"Dispersal: Water,Vegetative. Life Form: Vine. RISK: Serious threat to one or vegetation formations (Victoria). Vegetation Formations Invaded: 6,8,9,","Introduced deliberately from: S Eur, In Victoria: Limited distribution, small populations",Environmental Weed Invasions In Victoria
  • Calystegia,silvatica, Weed Science List
  • Convolvulus,aegyptius, hairy morningglory,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Convolvulus,althaeoides, Mallow Leaved Bindweed,Southern Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Convolvulus,althaeoides, Mallow Leaved Bindweed,Southern Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Convolvulus,althaeoides,syn ,"widespread weed within coastal Medit. region in barley fields, olive & fig orchards, & along roadsides.",Medit.,"The Weed Flora of Egypt Boulos, L., & Nabil el-Hadidi, M"
  • Convolvulus,arvense, Field bindweed ,PRELIMINARY LIST OF PLANT SPECIES OF CONCERN: Wildland weeds of lesser invasiveness,Pacific Northwest Exotic Pest Plant Council (Weed)
  • Convolvulus,arvensis,"field bindweed, bindweed, cornbine, European bindweed, field morning glory, lesser bindweed, morning glory, small-flowered morning glory, wild morning glory",XXXX,NL,Vic; SA; WA,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Convolvulus,arvensis, Field Bindweed ,"California Noxious Weed Control Projects Inventory (CNWCPI) A combined government/private/non-profit effort to establish a database, accessible through the Internet, containing information on noxious weed control in California. This information will f",Californian Noxious Weed
  • Convolvulus,arvensis, Field bindweed,"germ on moistened filter paper in petri dishes at 20 (16hrs)-30C(8hrs); seeds hard at end of 5 day period, placed in conc. sulfuric acid 1 hr, rinsed 30min in running water then return to filter paper at 20-30C for 7days",Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Convolvulus,arvensis, Field Bindweed,All Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Convolvulus,arvensis, Field bindweed,"2,4-D 1964 USA ", http://www.pioneer.net/~heapian/ heapian(at)pioneer.net 1997,International Survey of Herbicide-Resistant Weeds. Ian Heap
  • Convolvulus,arvensis, "field bindweed, bindweed, cornbine, European bindweed, field morning glory, lesser bindweed, morning glory, small-flowered morning glory, wild morning glory","occurs in all Aust States except the NT; it is well estab. throughout NSW, causing problems in summer crops on the C & N Western Slopes; it is of very local imprt in Vic & in SA occurs mainly in town areas, vineyards, orchards & horticultural crops; wides","native of Eur, Asia & N Afr, has spread to most temp areas & is regarded as one of the most imprt weeds of the world; considered a significant weed of 32 crops in 44 countries, including some within its native range; introd to N Amer, now a major weed of ","Noxious Weeds of Australia, P & C"
  • Convolvulus,arvensis, bindweed,From lists and sources by Faith Campbell and John Randall,"Plant Invaders of Parks and Natural Areas, US National Parks, weed"
  • Convolvulus,arvensis, Field bindweed * ," PROCLAIMED PLANTS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA, AUGUST 1996 # Plant must be destroyed. * Control required in part of the State only. + Control not required. n Notifiable in part of the State. N Notifiable throughout the State. c Special program in south-ea"," Sale of Plant, or Produce, Goods etc. Prohibited in South Australia (Section 54(1) (2) applies) Roadside control cost to be met by adjoining Landholder (Section 60 applies) Mov","South Australian ""Proclaimed Plants"" (Weed)"
  • Convolvulus,arvensis,syn ,Lesser bindweed,"one of the most widespread and persistent weeds in fields, gardens, roadsides, hedges, orchards, waste grounds etc.In folk medicine the plant is used as a febrifuge & is one of the best purgatives. Leaves used externally as a vulnerary","cosmopolitan, especially in subtrop. to temp. regions","The Weed Flora of Egypt Boulos, L., & Nabil el-Hadidi, M"
  • Convolvulus,arvensis, "field bindweed, bindweed", Declared spp. under ARRPA,Weed Science List
  • Convolvulus,arvensis, field bindweed,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Convolvulus,arvensis, "field bindweed, bindweed",P, Declared spp. under ARRPA,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Convolvulus,sepium, Hedge bindweed,"germ on moistened filter paper in petri dishes at 20 (16hrs)-30C(8hrs); seeds hard at end of 5 day period, placed in conc. sulfuric acid 1 hr, rinsed 30min in running water then return to filter paper at 20-30C for 7days",Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Convolvulus,sepium, hedge bindweed,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Convolvulus,spp., Initial list of Invasive weeds nominated by Aliens list members,"Aliens List, Nominated Worst Invasive Weeds"
  • Convolvulus,tricolor,NP,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Convolvulus,tricolor, Southern Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Convolvulus,tricolor, Weed Science List
  • Convolvulus,tricolor, P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Cuscuta,americana, Weed Science List
  • Cuscuta,americana, P,All Cuscuta spp. are banned by AQIS except C. campestris and C. australis,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Cuscuta,approximata, var. ureolata ,"prechilling of moist seed at 3C for 2-3wks, then treat with conc. sulfuric acid 5-15min; germ at 60F",Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Cuscuta,approximata, Clustered dodder ,PRELIMINARY LIST OF PLANT SPECIES OF CONCERN: Wildland weeds of lesser invasiveness,Pacific Northwest Exotic Pest Plant Council (Weed)
  • Cuscuta,approximata, Weed Science List
  • Cuscuta,approximata, P,All Cuscuta spp. are banned by AQIS except C. campestris and C. australis,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Cuscuta,campestris, Golden Dodder,Dispersal: Water. Life Form: Perennial herba(Annual). RISK: Serious threat to one or vegetation formations (Victoria). Vegetation Formations Invaded: 8,"Am, In Victoria: Limited distribution, medium to large populations",Environmental Weed Invasions In Victoria
  • Cuscuta,campestris,golden dodder,XX,L,WA; NSW,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Cuscuta,campestris, Field dodder,"65% within 4 days with treat of conc. sulfuric acid 80min, then germ at 60 F",Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Cuscuta,campestris, Field dodder,sulfonylureas 1994 Israel Forest , http://www.pioneer.net/~heapian/ heapian(at)pioneer.net 1997,International Survey of Herbicide-Resistant Weeds. Ian Heap
  • Cuscuta,campestris, common dodder,"Declared WeedHerbaceous SpeciesInvades: a wide range of habitats, particularly riverbanks and other moist sites.",Origin: N & S Amer,Plant Invaders of Southern Africa. (Weeds)
  • Cuscuta,campestris, common dodder,"Declared WeedHerbaceous SpeciesInvades: a wide range of habitats, particularly riverbanks and other moist sites.",Origin: N & S Amer,Plant Invaders of Southern Africa. (Weeds)
  • Cuscuta,campestris, Golden dodder N ," PROCLAIMED PLANTS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA, AUGUST 1996 # Plant must be destroyed. * Control required in part of the State only. + Control not required. n Notifiable in part of the State. N Notifiable throughout the State. c Special program in south-ea"," Sale of Plant, or Produce, Goods etc. Prohibited in South Australia (Section 54(1) (2) applies) Roadside control cost to be met by adjoining Landholder (Section 60 applies) Mo","South Australian ""Proclaimed Plants"" (Weed)"
  • Cuscuta,campestris, Golden dodder, Declared spp. under ARRPA,Weed Science List
  • Cuscuta,campestris, "dodder, field dodder, angel's hair, common dodder, strangle vine",Cuscuta campestris is one of the most widely distributed in man's crops and is one of the most troublesome. ,Chile and Argentina to Canada in the Americas and from the Cape of Good Hope almost to the Arctic in the Old World.,WORLD WEEDS Natural Histories & Distribution - Holm et. al.
  • Cuscuta,campestris, field dodder,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Cuscuta,campestris, Golden dodder,P, Declared spp. under ARRPA,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Cuscuta,cephalanthi, seed dry stored 3-4mths or 13mths treated with conc. sulfuric acid 15-75min good germ,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Cuscuta,coryli, hazel dodder,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Cuscuta,epilinum, Weed Science List
  • Cuscuta,epilinum, flax dodder,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Cuscuta,epilinum, P,All Cuscuta spp. are banned by AQIS except C. campestris and C. australis,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Cuscuta,epithymum,H,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Cuscuta,epithymum, Clover dodder ,PRELIMINARY LIST OF PLANT SPECIES OF CONCERN: Wildland weeds of lesser invasiveness,Pacific Northwest Exotic Pest Plant Council (Weed)
  • Cuscuta,epithymum, Weed Science List
  • Cuscuta,epithymum, "cuscuta, European dodder, clover dodder, ",Cuscuta epithymum is one of the most widely distributed weeds in man's crops.,Chile and Argentina to Canada in the Americas and from the Cape of Good Hope almost to the Arctic in the Old World.,WORLD WEEDS Natural Histories & Distribution - Holm et. al.
  • Cuscuta,epithymum, WORLD WEEDS Natural Histories & Distribution - Holm et. al.
  • Cuscuta,epithymum, clover dodder,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Cuscuta,europaea, seeds germ readily at 27C after being stored immediately after harvest for 3mths in moist peat at 0C,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Cuscuta,glomerata, composite dodder,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Cuscuta,gronovii, Swamp dodder,"good germ of seed dry stored at room temp for 2-4yrs, then treated with conc. sulfuric acid for 30min",Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Cuscuta,gronovii, swamp dodder,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Cuscuta,indecora, Large seed dodder,"treat 30min with conc. sulfuric acid, then germ at 60F, untreated seed no germ",Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Cuscuta,indecora, Large seeded dodder N # ," PROCLAIMED PLANTS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA, AUGUST 1996 # Plant must be destroyed. * Control required in part of the State only. + Control not required. n Notifiable in part of the State. N Notifiable throughout the State. c Special program in south-ea", Roadside control cost to be met by adjoining Landholder (Section 60 applies) Movement prohibited on roads (Section 52(2) applies) Entry into South Australia prohibited (Sectio,"South Australian ""Proclaimed Plants"" (Weed)"
  • Cuscuta,indecora, Weed Science List
  • Cuscuta,indecora, largeseed dodder,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Cuscuta,indecora, P,All Cuscuta spp. are banned by AQIS except C. campestris and C. australis,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Cuscuta,lupuliformis, Weed Science List
  • Cuscuta,lupuliformis, P,All Cuscuta spp. are banned by AQIS except C. campestris and C. australis,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Cuscuta,maroccana, Weed Science List
  • Cuscuta,maroccana, P,All Cuscuta spp. are banned by AQIS except C. campestris and C. australis,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Cuscuta,monogyna, Weed Science List
  • Cuscuta,monogyna, P,All Cuscuta spp. are banned by AQIS except C. campestris and C. australis,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Cuscuta,occidentalis, Cuscuta californica,60% germ of 49 yr old seed after treating for 10min with conc. sulfuric acid ,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Cuscuta,palaestina, Weed Science List
  • Cuscuta,palaestina, P,All Cuscuta spp. are banned by AQIS except C. campestris and C. australis,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Cuscuta,pedicellata,syn C. arabica,Clover dodder,"fields, roadsides; a well-known parasite on clover & other spontaneous plants","Medit, Eur, W Asia","The Weed Flora of Egypt Boulos, L., & Nabil el-Hadidi, M"
  • Cuscuta,pentagona, Cuscuta arvensis,20% germ of 51 yr old seed after treating with conc. sulfuric acid for 50min; light has benefical effect on germ,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Cuscuta,pentagona, Weed Science List
  • Cuscuta,pentagona, P,All Cuscuta spp. are banned by AQIS except C. campestris and C. australis,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Cuscuta,planiflora,Dodder,Xw,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Cuscuta,planiflora, Region of origin - Medit; Extent of spread - localised ; Means of spread - seed contaminant probably,CRC for Weeds Tech Series Report # 3
  • Cuscuta,planiflora, Dodder,"Dispersal: ?. Life Form: Perennial herba(Annual). RISK: Potential threat to one or vegetation formations (Victoria). Vegetation Formations Invaded: 4,9,11","Med, In Victoria: Limited distribution, medium to large populations",Environmental Weed Invasions In Victoria
  • Cuscuta,planiflora, Red dodder N ," PROCLAIMED PLANTS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA, AUGUST 1996 # Plant must be destroyed. * Control required in part of the State only. + Control not required. n Notifiable in part of the State. N Notifiable throughout the State. c Special program in south-ea"," Sale of Plant, or Produce, Goods etc. Prohibited in South Australia (Section 54(1) (2) applies) Roadside control cost to be met by adjoining Landholder (Section 60 applies) Mov","South Australian ""Proclaimed Plants"" (Weed)"
  • Cuscuta,planiflora, Weed Science List
  • Cuscuta,planiflora, smallseed dodder,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Cuscuta,polygonorum, polygonum dodder,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Cuscuta,racemosa,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Cuscuta,racemosa, Weed Science List
  • Cuscuta,racemosa var. chiliana, Chilean dodder,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Cuscuta,reflexa, Giant Dodder ,"California Noxious Weed Control Projects Inventory (CNWCPI) A combined government/private/non-profit effort to establish a database, accessible through the Internet, containing information on noxious weed control in California. This information will f",Californian Noxious Weed
  • Cuscuta,reflexa, Weed Science List
  • Cuscuta,reflexa, P,All Cuscuta spp. are banned by AQIS except C. campestris and C. australis,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Cuscuta,sandwichiana, Weed Science List
  • Cuscuta,sandwichiana, Sandwich dodder,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Cuscuta,sandwichiana, P,All Cuscuta spp. are banned by AQIS except C. campestris and C. australis,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Cuscuta,spp, Dodder ,"California Noxious Weed Control Projects Inventory (CNWCPI) A combined government/private/non-profit effort to establish a database, accessible through the Internet, containing information on noxious weed control in California. This information will f",Californian Noxious Weed
  • Cuscuta,spp.,"dodder, beggar vine, love vine, strangleweed",L,Vic; SA; WA; Tas,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Cuscuta,spp., "dodder, beggar vine, love vine, strangleweed","dodders have a wide range of host plants including a number of weeds; in Aust C.campestris has been recorded on more than 80 hosts, the most common of which are smartweeds, Polygonum sp, & burrs, Xanthium spp; of commerical crops it has been noted on luce","although some species of dodder are native to Afr, Aust, NZ, Asia & Eur most originate in the Americas from Canada to Arg; C. campestris is native of both the E & W coasts of the USA, the West Indies & S Amer; of all dodders, C. campestris is probably the","Noxious Weeds of Australia, P & C"
  • Cuscuta,spp., P,All Cuscuta spp. are banned by AQIS except C. campestris and C. australis,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Cuscuta,suaveolens,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Cuscuta,suaveolens, 30yr old seed germ by treating with conc. sulfuric acid for 60-100min,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Cuscuta,suaveolens, lucerne dodder,"Proposed Declared WeedHerbaceous SpeciesInvades: a wide range of habitats, particularly riverbanks and other moist sites.",Origin: N & S Amer,Plant Invaders of Southern Africa. (Weeds)
  • Cuscuta,suaveolens, lucerne dodder,"Proposed Declared WeedHerbaceous SpeciesInvades: a wide range of habitats, particularly riverbanks and other moist sites.",Origin: N & S Amer,Plant Invaders of Southern Africa. (Weeds)
  • Cuscuta,suaveolens, Chilean dodder N ," PROCLAIMED PLANTS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA, AUGUST 1996 # Plant must be destroyed. * Control required in part of the State only. + Control not required. n Notifiable in part of the State. N Notifiable throughout the State. c Special program in south-ea"," Sale of Plant, or Produce, Goods etc. Prohibited in South Australia (Section 54(1) (2) applies) Roadside control cost to be met by adjoining Landholder (Section 60 applies) Mov","South Australian ""Proclaimed Plants"" (Weed)"
  • Cuscuta,suaveolens, Weed Science List
  • Cuscuta,umbellata, umbrella dodder,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Dichondra,micrantha,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Dichondra,repens var. carolinensis, ,dichondra,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Evolvulus,nummularis,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Ipomoea,alba,moon flower,Xw,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Ipomoea,alba, Region of origin - trop Amer; Extent of spread - localised ; Means of spread - ornamental,CRC for Weeds Tech Series Report # 3
  • Ipomoea,alba, Moon Flower ,VINES.,"Environmental Weeds Of North Coast NSW, John Nagle, Greening Australia, 1995"
  • Ipomoea,alba, moonflower,"Woody SpeciesInvades: forest, woodland, wasteland, riverbanks, wetlands, coastal dunesCultivated for: ornament",Origin: tropical Amer,Plant Invaders of Southern Africa. (Weeds)
  • Ipomoea,alba, moonflower,"Woody SpeciesInvades: forest, woodland, wasteland, riverbanks, wetlands, coastal dunesCultivated for: ornament",Origin: tropical Amer,Plant Invaders of Southern Africa. (Weeds)
  • Ipomoea,alba, White Morning Glory,Vines.,"Rainforest Weeds, John Nagle, Greening Australia, 1995"
  • Ipomoea,alba, Weed Science List
  • Ipomoea,aquatica, "swamp morning glory, water spinach, kangkong",From lists and sources by Faith Campbell and John Randall,"Plant Invaders of Parks and Natural Areas, US National Parks, weed"
  • Ipomoea,aquatica, swamp morning glory, Thailand ,Weeds and Weed Control in Asia
  • Ipomoea,aquatica, "pink convolvulus, potato-vine, creeping swamp, morningglory, swamp morningglory","Ipomoea aquatica is a marginal, creeping, perennial aquatic weed that may spread over the surface of a pond or of an irrigation or drainage ditch. It interferes with fisheries, impedes water flow and is a troublesome weed of rice and other crops. It is ",Distribution: extends from the tropics well into the warm temperate zone.,WORLD WEEDS Natural Histories & Distribution - Holm et. al.
  • Ipomoea,aquatica, swamp morningglory,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Ipomoea,aquatica*,water spinach,"Catergory I - Species that are invading and disrupting native plant communities in Florida. This definition does not rely on the economic severity or geographical range of the problem, but on the documented ecological damage caused.*P =Prohibited by Flo",List of Florida's Most Invasive Species - Florida Exotic Pest Plant Council
  • Ipomoea,barbigera, southern morningglory,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Ipomoea,batatas,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Ipomoea,batatas, Weed Science List
  • Ipomoea,blepharosepala, Weed Science List
  • Ipomoea,blepharosepala, P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Ipomoea,cairica,"coastal or five leaf morning glory, mile a minute",XHXXX,NL,NSW,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Ipomoea,cairica, Five-Leaved Morning Glory,Vines.,"Rainforest Weeds, John Nagle, Greening Australia, 1995"
  • Ipomoea,cairica, Weed Science List
  • Ipomoea,cairica, Cairo morningglory,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Ipomoea,calobra, weir vine,P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Ipomoea,carica, Five-leaved Morning Glory ,Major WeedVINES.,"Environmental Weeds Of North Coast NSW, John Nagle, Greening Australia, 1995"
  • Ipomoea,carnea,(no ssp. in SA),Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Ipomoea,carnea, Weed Science List
  • Ipomoea,coccinea, scarlet morningglory,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Ipomoea,congesta, morning glory,"Herbaceous SpeciesInvades: woodland, wasteland, arable land, roadsides, riverbanks, coastal dunesCultivated for: ornament",Origin: tropical Amer,Plant Invaders of Southern Africa. (Weeds)
  • Ipomoea,congesta, morning glory,"Herbaceous SpeciesInvades: woodland, wasteland, arable land, roadsides, riverbanks, coastal dunesCultivated for: ornament",Origin: tropical Amer,Plant Invaders of Southern Africa. (Weeds)
  • Ipomoea,congesta, blue morningglory,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Ipomoea,cordofana, Weed Science List
  • Ipomoea,cordofana, P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Ipomoea,cynanchifolia, Weed Science List
  • Ipomoea,cynanchifolia, P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Ipomoea,fistulosa, tree morningglory,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Ipomoea,hardwickii, Weed Science List
  • Ipomoea,hardwickii, P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Ipomoea,hederacea,NP,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Ipomoea,hederacea, Ivy leaf morning glory,fresh seed germs 48% in light at 23C; on a powered charcoal substrate 100% germ in dark at 23C & 70% in light; 2yr old seed germ % high,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Ipomoea,hederacea, Weed Science List
  • Ipomoea,hederacea, ivyleaf morningglory,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Ipomoea,hederacea, P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Ipomoea,hederifolia,Red convolvulus,P,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Ipomoea,hederifolia, Weed of aquatic ecosystems Web Address: http://hammock.ifas.ufl.edu/text/fw/19934.htm,"Florida Weeds, FAIRS."
  • Ipomoea,hederifolia, Red convolvulus,Weed Science List
  • Ipomoea,hederifolia, Red convolvulus,P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Ipomoea,hirsutula, woolly morningglory,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Ipomoea,indica,purple or blue morning-glory,HHXX,GL,NSW,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Ipomoea,indica, Purple Morning-glory,"Dispersal: Vegetative. Life Form: Vine. RISK: Serious threat to one or vegetation formations (Victoria). Vegetation Formations Invaded: 1,5,8,9","Introduced deliberately from: pantropical, In Victoria: Rare or localised, medium to large populations",Environmental Weed Invasions In Victoria
  • Ipomoea,indica, Blue Morning Glory ,Major WeedVINES.,"Environmental Weeds Of North Coast NSW, John Nagle, Greening Australia, 1995"
  • Ipomoea,indica, Blue Morning Glory,Major WeedVines.,"Rainforest Weeds, John Nagle, Greening Australia, 1995"
  • Ipomoea,indica, Weed Science List
  • Ipomoea,lacunosa, Weed of aquatic ecosystems Web Address: http://hammock.ifas.ufl.edu/text/fw/19934.htm,"Florida Weeds, FAIRS."
  • Ipomoea,macrantha, ", sweet potato, coconut seedlings",French Polynesia; Kiribati; Marshall Islands; American Samoa; Western Samoa Tokelau; Tuvalu,""Weeds of Agriculture and Plantation Foresty in the Southern and Western Pacific", D.F Waterhouse"
  • Ipomoea,mauritiana,NP,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Ipomoea,mauritiana, Weed Science List
  • Ipomoea,mauritiana, P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Ipomoea,nil,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Ipomoea,nil, Weed Science List
  • Ipomoea,obscura, Weed Science List
  • Ipomoea,obscura, small white morningglory,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Ipomoea,ochracea,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Ipomoea,pandurata,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Ipomoea,pandurata, bigroot morningglory,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Ipomoea,pes-caprae, beach morningglory,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Ipomoea,pes-tigridis,HH,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Ipomoea,pes-tigridis, Weed Science List
  • Ipomoea,purpurea,common morning glory,XXX,NP,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Ipomoea,purpurea, Common Morning Glory ,Major WeedVINES.,"Environmental Weeds Of North Coast NSW, John Nagle, Greening Australia, 1995"
  • Ipomoea,purpurea, morning glory,"Herbaceous SpeciesInvades: woodland, wasteland, arable land, roadsides, riverbanks, coastal dunesCultivated for: ornament",Origin: tropical Amer,Plant Invaders of Southern Africa. (Weeds)
  • Ipomoea,purpurea, morning glory,"Herbaceous SpeciesInvades: woodland, wasteland, arable land, roadsides, riverbanks, coastal dunesCultivated for: ornament",Origin: tropical Amer,Plant Invaders of Southern Africa. (Weeds)
  • Ipomoea,purpurea, Common morning glory,Weed Science List
  • Ipomoea,purpurea, tall morningglory,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Ipomoea,purpurea, Common morning glory,P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Ipomoea,quamoclit,Cupid's flower,HHw,G,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Ipomoea,quamoclit, Weed of aquatic ecosystems Web Address: http://hammock.ifas.ufl.edu/text/fw/19934.htm,"Florida Weeds, FAIRS."
  • Ipomoea,quamoclit, Weed Science List
  • Ipomoea,quamoclit, cypressvine morningglory,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Ipomoea,sp., Ipomoea calobra (misapplied),weir vine,"is confined to a small area of red soils in S Qld, esp. in the Maranoa Dist. between Roma & St George",native to Qld,"Noxious Weeds of Australia, P & C"
  • Ipomoea,sp., (I. calobra),weir vine,Weed Science List
  • Ipomoea,spp.,Ipomoea calobra (misapplied),weir vine,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Ipomoea,spp., Seed Impurities , Thailand ,Weeds and Weed Control in Asia
  • Ipomoea,stolonifera, seafoam morningglory,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Ipomoea,trichocarpa, Weed of aquatic ecosystems Web Address: http://hammock.ifas.ufl.edu/text/fw/19934.htm,"Florida Weeds, FAIRS."
  • Ipomoea,trichocarpa var. torreyana, cotton morningglory,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Ipomoea,tricolor, Weed Science List
  • Ipomoea,tricolor,syn I. rubro-caerulea,P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Ipomoea,trifida, Weed Science List
  • Ipomoea,trifida, P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Ipomoea,triloba,pink convolvulus,HH,P,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Ipomoea,triloba, Three lobe morning glory,52% germ of seed planted in moist sand 2wks after collection,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Ipomoea,triloba, Pink convolvulus,Weed Science List
  • Ipomoea,triloba, perennial sub-dominance , Weeds and Weed Control in Asia
  • Ipomoea,triloba,syn ,"in sunny sites in bushes, thickets, hedges, grasslands, waste places, occasionally on the foreshore; from 0-1000m alt; flowers throughout the year; upland rice fields, a weed of minor importance, the flowers close before noon","tropical Amer, pantropical; throughout Indonesia, except Kalimantan, as far as known","Weeds of Rice in Indonesia, Soerjani et al, 1987"
  • Ipomoea,triloba, "pink convolvulus, potato-vine, three-lobed morningglory",Ipomoea triloba is a fast-growing herbaceous plant which is troublesome in a more than 40 of man's crops and is a weed in more than 40 countries.,"native to tropical Amer, but is now widespread in the tropical areas of the world.",WORLD WEEDS Natural Histories & Distribution - Holm et. al.
  • Ipomoea,triloba, threelobe morningglory,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Ipomoea,triloba, Pink convolvulus,P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Ipomoea,violacea, P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Jacquemontia,sandwicensis, beach jacquemontia,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Jacquemontia,tamnifolia, Weed of aquatic ecosystems Web Address: http://hammock.ifas.ufl.edu/text/fw/19934.htm,"Florida Weeds, FAIRS."
  • Jacquemontia,tamnifolia, Weed Science List
  • Jacquemontia,tamnifolia, smallflower morningglory,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Jacquemontia,tamnifolia, P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Merremia,aegyptia,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Merremia,dissecta,noyau vine,X,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Merremia,dissecta, Weed Science List
  • Merremia,hederacea, , Thailand ,Weeds and Weed Control in Asia
  • Merremia,quinquefolia,"Merremia, merremia vine",P,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Merremia,quinquefolia, "Merremia, merremia vine",Weed Science List
  • Merremia,quinquefolia, "Merremia, merremia vine",P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Merremia,tuberosa,wood rose,E,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Merremia,tuberosa, wood rose,From lists and sources by Faith Campbell and John Randall,"Plant Invaders of Parks and Natural Areas, US National Parks, weed"
  • Merremia,tuberosa,wood-rose,"Catergory II - Species that shown a potential to disrupt native plant communities. These species may become ranked as Catergory I, but have not yet demonstrated disruption of natural Florida communities. ",List of Florida's Most Invasive Species - Florida Exotic Pest Plant Council
  • Rivea,corymbosa, Weed Science List
  • Rivea,corymbosa, P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Stichocardia,tiliifolia, ", ",French Polynesia; American Samoa; Western Samoa; Vanuatu ,""Weeds of Agriculture and Plantation Foresty in the Southern and Western Pacific", D.F Waterhouse"
    Turbina,corymbosa,turbina,XS,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Calystegia,japonica, Weed Science List
  • Calystegia,japonica, P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Merremia,peltata, ", gardens, plantations, pasture, foresty",Cook Islands; Fiji; French Polynesia; Fed. States of Micronesia; Guam; New Caledonia; Niue; American Samoa; Western Samoa; Solomon Islands; Tonga; Vanuatu; Wallis & Futuna,""Weeds of Agriculture and Plantation Foresty in the Southern and Western Pacific", D.F Waterhouse"
  • Cornaceae
  • Cornus,capitata,evergreen dogwood,X,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Cornus,capitata, Region of origin - Himalayas; Extent of spread - localised; Means of spread - ornamental,CRC for Weeds Tech Series Report # 3
  • Cornus,capitata, Evergreen Dogwood,"Dispersal: Bird, internal,?animal (not bird), internal. Life Form: Tree. RISK: Potential threat to one or vegetation formations (Victoria). Vegetation Formations Invaded: 6","Introduced deliberately from: Himalaya and Commercially Available, In Victoria: Rare or localised, small populations",Environmental Weed Invasions In Victoria
  • Cornus,drummondii, roughleaf dogwood,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Cornus,florida, flowering dogwood,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Cornus,nuttalii, Pacific dogwood,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Cornus,racemosa, gray dogwood,From lists and sources by Faith Campbell and John Randall,"Plant Invaders of Parks and Natural Areas, US National Parks, weed"
  • Cornus,rugosa, roundleaf dogwood,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Cornus,stolonifera, redosier dogwood,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Cornus,torreyi, western dogwood,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Garrya,elliptica, tree silktassel,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Garrya,flavescens var. buxifolia, boxleaf silktassel,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Garrya,fremontii, Fremont silktassel,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Nyssa,aquatica, water tupelo,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Nyssa,sylvatica, blackgum,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Nyssa,var. biflora, swamp tupelo,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Corylaceae
  • Betula,alleghaniensis, yellow birch,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Betula,lenta, sweet birch,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Betula,nigra, river birch,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Betula,occidentalis, water birch,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Betula,papyrifera, paper birch,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Betula,populifolia, gray birch,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Carpinus,caroliniana, American hornbeam,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Corylus,americana, American hazel,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Corylus,cornuta, beaked hazel,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Corylus,var. californica, California hazel,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Ostrya,virginiana, eastern hophornbeam,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Corynocarpaceae
  • Corynocarpus,laevigatus, karaka nut,From lists and sources by Faith Campbell and John Randall,"Plant Invaders of Parks and Natural Areas, US National Parks, weed"
  • Craspedophyceae-Acanthoecaceae
  • Corbicula,spp.,Microplankton,Initial list of Invasive weeds nominated by Aliens list members,"Aliens List, Nominated Worst Invasive Weeds"
  • Crassulaceae
  • Aeonium,arboreum,"tree aenium, ",X,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Aeonium,arboreum, Region of origin - Canary Islands; Extent of spread - localised ; Means of spread - ornamental,CRC for Weeds Tech Series Report # 3
  • Aeonium,castello-paivae,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Aeonium,haworthii,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Aeonium,haworthii, Region of origin - Teneriffe; Extent of spread - localised ; Means of spread - ornamental,CRC for Weeds Tech Series Report # 3
  • Bryophyllum,beauverdii,XX,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Bryophyllum,beauverdii, Region of origin - Madagascar; Extent of spread - localised; Means of spread - ornamental,CRC for Weeds Tech Series Report # 3
  • Bryophyllum,daigremontianum,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Bryophyllum,daigremontianum,x B. tubiflorum,L,NSW,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Bryophyllum,delagoense,B. tubiflorum,mother of millions,H,L,NSW,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Bryophyllum,delagoense, Mother of Millions,Trees/Shrubs.,"Rainforest Weeds, John Nagle, Greening Australia, 1995"
  • Bryophyllum,diagremontianum, Weed Science List
  • Bryophyllum,fedtschenkoi,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Bryophyllum,fedtschenkoi, Region of origin - Madagascar; Extent of spread - localised; Means of spread - ornamental,CRC for Weeds Tech Series Report # 3
  • Bryophyllum,pinnatum,Kalanchoe pinnatum,"live plant, live leaf",XX,L,NSW,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Bryophyllum,pinnatum, Weed Science List
  • Bryophyllum,proliferum,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Bryophyllum,proliferum, Weed Science List
  • Bryophyllum,tubiflora, Mother of Millions ,GROUNDCOVERS.,"Environmental Weeds Of North Coast NSW, John Nagle, Greening Australia, 1995"
  • Bryophyllum,tubiflorum, Weed Science List
  • Cotyledon,orbiculatus,"cotyledon, pig's ear",HX,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Cotyledon,orbiculatus,"cotyledon, pig's ear",XX,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Cotyledon,orbiculatus, Cotyledon,"Dispersal: Vegetative,Wind. Life Form: Succulent herb, subshrub or shrub. RISK: Serious threat to one or vegetation formations (Victoria). Vegetation Formations Invaded: 4,5,12","Introduced deliberately from: S Af and Commercially Available, In Victoria: Rare or localised, medium to large populations",Environmental Weed Invasions In Victoria
  • Cotyledon,orbiculatus, Weed Science List
  • Crassula,alata,X,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Crassula,alata, Weed Science List
  • Crassula,ciliata,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Crassula,ciliata, Region of origin - S Afr; Extent of spread - localised ; Means of spread - ornamental,CRC for Weeds Tech Series Report # 3
  • Crassula,decumbens, Weed Science List
  • Crassula,ericoides,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Crassula,ericoides, Region of origin - S Afr; Extent of spread - localised ; Means of spread - ornamental,CRC for Weeds Tech Series Report # 3
  • Crassula,glomerata,H,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Crassula,glomerata, Weed Science List
  • Crassula,multicava,Crassula,XS,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Crassula,multicava, Crassula,"Dispersal: Vegetative. Life Form: Succulent herb, subshrub or shrub. RISK: Potential threat to one or vegetation formations (Victoria). Vegetation Formations Invaded: 1,5,12","Introduced deliberately from: S Af and Commercially Available, In Victoria: Widespread, small populations",Environmental Weed Invasions In Victoria
  • Crassula,multicava, Weed Science List
  • Crassula,muscosa,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Crassula,natans,Crassula,XH,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Crassula,natans, Crassula,"Dispersal: ?animal external,?animal (not bird), internal,Water. Life Form: Annual. RISK: Potential threat to one or vegetation formations (Victoria). Vegetation Formations Invaded: 9,11","S Af, In Victoria: Widespread, medium to large populations",Environmental Weed Invasions In Victoria
  • Crassula,natans, Weed Science List
  • Crassula,sarmentosa,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Crassula,sarmentosa, Region of origin - S Afr; Extent of spread - localised ; Means of spread - ornamental,CRC for Weeds Tech Series Report # 3
  • Crassula,spathulata,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Crassula,spathulata, Region of origin - S Afr; Extent of spread - localised ; Means of spread - ornamental,CRC for Weeds Tech Series Report # 3
  • Crassula,tetragona,Crassula,XX,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Crassula,tetragons, Crassula,"Dispersal: Vegetative. Life Form: Succulent herb, subshrub or shrub. RISK: Potential threat to one or vegetation formations (Victoria). Vegetation Formations Invaded: 1,4,5,12,","Introduced deliberately from: S Af and Commercially Available, In Victoria: Limited distribution, medium to large populations",Environmental Weed Invasions In Victoria
  • Crassula,thunbergiana,X,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Crassula,thunbergiana, Weed Science List
  • Graptopetalum,paraguayense,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Kalanchoe,lateritia,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Kalanchoe,longiflora,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Kalanchoe,longiflora, Weed Science List
  • Kalanchoe,pinnata, Initial list of Invasive weeds nominated by Aliens list members,"Aliens List, Nominated Worst Invasive Weeds"
  • Kalanchoe,pinnata, Weed Science List
  • Kalanchoe,spp., kalanchoe,From lists and sources by Faith Campbell and John Randall,"Plant Invaders of Parks and Natural Areas, US National Parks, weed"
  • Penthorum,sedoides, ditch stonecrop,52% germ of seed in 18days in diffuse light at 20-25C,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Sedum,acre,stonecrop,X,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Sedum,acre, stonecrop,Weed Science List
  • Sedum,acre, mossy stonecrop,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Sedum,caespitosum,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Sedum,dendroideum,Sedum,X,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Sedum,dendroideum, Sedum,"Dispersal: Vegetative. Life Form: Succulent herb, subshrub or shrub. RISK: Potential threat to one or vegetation formations (Victoria). Vegetation Formations Invaded: 5,12","Introduced deliberately from: Mex and Commercially Available, In Victoria: Rare or localised, small populations",Environmental Weed Invasions In Victoria
  • Sedum,fosterianum,X,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Sedum,fosterianum, Region of origin - W Eur; Extent of spread - localised ; Means of spread - ornamental,CRC for Weeds Tech Series Report # 3
  • Sedum,praealtem,S. dendroideum ssp. praealtum,sedum,X,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Sedum,praealtum, Sedum,"Dispersal: Vegetative. Life Form: Succulent herb, subshrub or shrub. RISK: Potential threat to one or vegetation formations (Victoria). Vegetation Formations Invaded: 1,4,5,8,12","Introduced deliberately from: Mex and Commercially Available, In Victoria: Limited distribution, small populations",Environmental Weed Invasions In Victoria
  • Sedum,purpureum, liveforever,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Sedum,reflexum,yellow stonecrop,X,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Sedum,reflexum, Region of origin - Eur; Extent of spread - localised ; Means of spread - ornamental ,CRC for Weeds Tech Series Report # 3
  • Sedum,sediforme,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Sedum,sexangulare,X,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Sedum,sp.,Stonecrop,XX,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Sedum,sp., Stonecrop,"Dispersal: Water. Life Form: Succulent herb, subshrub or shrub. RISK: Potential threat to one or vegetation formations (Victoria). Vegetation Formations Invaded: 8","Introduced deliberately from: ? and Commercially Available, , In Victoria: Rare or localised, small populations",Environmental Weed Invasions In Victoria
  • Sedum,telephium, 95% germ of seed in 1st spring after collection; seeds placed in germinator exposed to temps similar to those prevailing outdoors until germ or rotted,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Sedum,telephium, Orphine,All Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Sedum,telephium, Orphine,All Europe,Hanf "Arable Weeds of the World"
  • Cucurbitaceae
  • Acanthosicyos,naudinianus, P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Benincasa,hispida,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Bryonia,alba, White bryonia ,PRELIMINARY LIST OF PLANT SPECIES OF CONCERN: Red alert - high potential to spread,Pacific Northwest Exotic Pest Plant Council (Weed)
  • Citrullus,lanatus, Wild Melon,Dispersal: Wind. Life Form: Annual. RISK: Not a threat (but may have a negative visual impact). Vegetation Formations Invaded: 4,"trop & S Af, In Victoria: Limited distribution, small populations",Environmental Weed Invasions In Victoria
  • Citrullus,colocynthis,"Colocynthis vulgaris, Cucumis colocynthis","colocynth, bitter apple, wild watermelon",XHX,NL,Vic,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Citrullus,colocynthis, Colocynth,Dispersal: Wind. Life Form: Perennial herb. RISK: Not a threat (but may have a negative visual impact). Vegetation Formations Invaded: 4,"N Af. SW As, In Victoria: Limited distribution, small populations",Environmental Weed Invasions In Victoria
  • Citrullus,colocynthis, removal of testa necessary; germ at 28C in dark,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Citrullus,colocynthis," Colocynthis vulgaris, Cucumis colocynthis","colocynth, bitter apple, wild watermelon","it is claimed to be poisonous to stock & deaths have been attributed to it in Aust, but not confirmed; fruit yields a drastic purgative, probably a glycoside, colocynthis; it has large taproots allowing it to survive long periods of drought & once estab. ","native of northern Afr to W Asia, it has spread to & become weedy in India, Pakistan, the Soviet Union & Aust;occurs in all mainland States of Aust, mainly on floodplains or disturbed soils of the drier inland & usually occurs as scattered plants more th","Noxious Weeds of Australia, P & C"
  • Citrullus,colocynthis, colocynth,Weed Science List
  • Citrullus,lanatus,"Citrullus vulgaris, Colocynthis citrullus, Cucurbita citrullus","wild melon, bitter melon, afghan melon, bastard melon, bitter apple, camel melon, mickey melon, pie melon",XXXX,L,Vic,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Citrullus,lanatus, Weed of aquatic ecosystems Web Address: http://hammock.ifas.ufl.edu/text/fw/19934.htm,"Florida Weeds, FAIRS."
  • Citrullus,lanatus," Citrullus vulgaris, Colocynthis citrullus, Cucurbita citrullus","wild melon, bitter melon, afghan melon, bastard melon, bitter apple, camel melon, mickey melon, pie melon","grows in dense stands & would be assumed to deplete the soil of considerable water & nutrients; in some areas it competes strongly with pastures; the plant emits an unpleasant odour when crushed, is rarely consumeb by stock although the fruit, in spite of","native of trop & southern Afr, it has estab. in the semi-arid areas of several countries including Asia, N & S Amer, NZ & Aust","Noxious Weeds of Australia, P & C"
  • Citrullus,lanatus, "wild melon, bitter melon",Weed Science List
  • Coccinia,grandis,ivy gourd,X,L,WA,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Coccinia,grandis, Ivy gourd, Declared spp. under ARRPA,Weed Science List
  • Coccinia,grandis, Ivy gourd,P, Declared spp. under ARRPA,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Coccinia,grandis, "Ivy gourd, scarlet-fruited gourd","tropical America, roadsides", Fiji; Guam; Tonga; Vanuatu ,""Weeds of Agriculture and Plantation Foresty in the Southern and Western Pacific", D.F Waterhouse"
  • Coccinia,grandis, ivy gourd,Initial list of Invasive weeds nominated by Aliens list members,"Aliens List, Nominated Worst Invasive Weeds"
  • Cucumis,anguria,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Cucumis,anguria, Weed Science List
  • Cucumis,dipsaceus,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Cucumis,dipsaceus, Weed Science List
  • Cucumis,dipsaceus, wild spiny cucumber,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Cucumis,maxima, Weed Science List
  • Cucumis,melo,"rockmelon, melon",X,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Cucumis,melo, var. dudaim Dudaim Melon ,"California Noxious Weed Control Projects Inventory (CNWCPI) A combined government/private/non-profit effort to establish a database, accessible through the Internet, containing information on noxious weed control in California. This information will f",Californian Noxious Weed
  • Cucumis,melo, Weed Science List
  • Cucumis,metuliferus,NP,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Cucumis,metuliferus, African horned cucumber,Only considered a serious weed in Australia,Weed Science List
  • Cucumis,metuliferus, Only considered a serious weed in Australia,P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Cucumis,myriocarpus,"paddy melon, prickly paddy melon, gooseberry cucumber",XXXX,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Cucumis,myriocarpus, Paddy Melon ,"California Noxious Weed Control Projects Inventory (CNWCPI) A combined government/private/non-profit effort to establish a database, accessible through the Internet, containing information on noxious weed control in California. This information will f",Californian Noxious Weed
  • Cucumis,myriocarpus, Paddy Melon,"Dispersal: Water,?animal (not bird), internal. Life Form: Annual. RISK: Potential threat to one or vegetation formations (Victoria). Vegetation Formations Invaded: 1,4,9","Sn Af, In Victoria: Widespread, medium to large populations",Environmental Weed Invasions In Victoria
  • Cucumis,myriocarpus, "paddy melon, prickly paddy melon, gooseberry cucumber","is a summer growing annual herb; fruit is bitter & acts as an emetic, it is claimed to be poisonous to stock but losses are rare, although reported from NSW more frequently than elsewhere",native of southern Afr,"Noxious Weeds of Australia, P & C"
  • Cucumis,myriocarpus, "paddy melon, prickly paddy melon",Weed Science List
  • Cucumis,pepo, Weed Science List
  • Cucumis,zeyheri,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Cucurbita,digitata, fingerleaf gourd,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Cucurbita,foetidissima, buffalo gourd,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Cucurbita,maxima,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Cucurbita,pepo,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Ecballium,elaterium,Momordica elaterium,"squirting cucumber, spitting cucumber",X,NL,Tas,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Ecballium,elaterium, squirting cucumber,Weed Science List
  • Ecballium ,elaterium, Momordica elaterium,"squirting cucumber, spitting cucumber","it is not grazed by stock, but it is suspected of blinding horses if the ejected fluid from the fruit enters the eye; the plant, particularly the fluid within the almost ripe fruit, contains terpene compound,. elaterin, sometimes known as cucubitacin E, e","native of southern Eur, now occurs in several temp areas of the world & is considered an imptrt weed in Israel, Jordon, Tunisia, Lebanon & Morocco","Noxious Weeds of Australia, P & C"
  • Echinocystis,lobata, Wild cucumber,seed dormant when shed; prechilling in moist peat at 5-10C inc. germ%; after-ripening & germ varied 2wks-6mths,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Echinocystis,lobata, Weed Science List
  • Echinocystis,lobata, wild cucumber,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Echinocystis,lobata, P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Echinocystis,oregona, western wild cucumber,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Lagenaria,siceraria,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Lagenaria,siceraria, Weed Science List
  • Momordica,balsamina, balsamapple,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Momordica,charantia, "bitter gourd, balsam pear",", field crops, low vegetation",Cook Islands; Fiji; French Polynesia; Guam; Marshall Islands; New Caledonia; Niue; Papua New Guinea; American Samoa; Western Samoa; Tonga; Vanuatu ,""Weeds of Agriculture and Plantation Foresty in the Southern and Western Pacific", D.F Waterhouse"
  • Momordica,charantia,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Momordica,charantia, Weed of aquatic ecosystems Web Address: http://hammock.ifas.ufl.edu/text/fw/19934.htm,"Florida Weeds, FAIRS."
  • Momordica,charantia, Weed Science List
  • Momordica,charantia, "balsam pear, balsam apple","Momordica charantia is an annual creeping or climbing, herbaceous vine with a strong, foul odor. It is a weed in 22 crops in over 50 countries and is frequently reported in sugarcane, and other plantation crops. ","native to the old world tropics, but is now a weed in the tropical and subtropical regions in most of Latin America, all of Asia and parts of Afr. ",WORLD WEEDS Natural Histories & Distribution - Holm et. al.
  • Momordica,tuberosa, Weed Science List
  • Momordica,tuberosa, P,Western Australian Prohibited List
  • Sechium,edule,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Sechium,edule, Weed Science List
  • Sicyos,angulatus, Burcucumber,"plants grown in greenhouse, seeds germ in sand, seedlings transferred to potting soil",Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Sicyos,angulatus, burcucumber,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Cupressaceae
  • Callistris,columellaris,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Callistris,robusta,C. gracilis,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Callitris,endlicheri,black cypress pine,H,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Callitris,endlicheri, Black Cypress Pine,Dispersal: Wind. Life Form: Tree. RISK: Serious threat to one or vegetation formations (Victoria). Vegetation Formations Invaded: 4,"Introduced deliberately from: Vic,NSW,Qld and Commercially Available, In Victoria: Rare or localised, medium to large populations",Environmental Weed Invasions In Victoria
  • Callitris,glaucophylla,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Callitris,hugelii, blue cypress pine,From lists and sources by Faith Campbell and John Randall,"Plant Invaders of Parks and Natural Areas, US National Parks, weed"
  • Callitris,rhomboidea,Oyster Bay pine,X,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Callitris,rhomboidea, Oyster Bay Pine,"Dispersal: Wind. Life Form: Tree. RISK: Potential threat to one or vegetation formations (Victoria). Vegetation Formations Invaded: 4,5","Introduced deliberately from: Vic,NSW,Qld,SA,Tas and Commercially Available, In Victoria: Rare or localised, small populations",Environmental Weed Invasions In Victoria
  • Callitris,verrucosa,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Chamaecyparis,lawsoniana, Port Orford cedar,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Cupressus,glabra,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Cupressus,glabra, Region of origin - Arizona; Extent of spread - localised ; Means of spread - ornamental,CRC for Weeds Tech Series Report # 3
  • Cupressus,lusitanica,Arizona cypress,XS,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Cupressus,lusitanica, Arizona Cypress,"Dispersal: ?Water,Wind. Life Form: Tree. RISK: Potential threat to one or vegetation formations (Victoria). Vegetation Formations Invaded: 8","Introduced deliberately from: N Am and Commercially Available, In Victoria: Rare or localised, medium to large populations",Environmental Weed Invasions In Victoria
  • Cupressus,macrocarpa,Monterey cypress,HXS,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Cupressus,macrocarpa, Region of origin - California; Extent of spread - localised ; Means of spread - ornamental,CRC for Weeds Tech Series Report # 3
  • Cupressus,macrocarpa, Montery Cypress,"Dispersal: Water,Wind. Life Form: Tree. RISK: Serious threat to one or vegetation formations (Victoria). Vegetation Formations Invaded: 1,4,12","Introduced deliberately from: Cal and Commercially Available, In Victoria: Limited distribution, small populations",Environmental Weed Invasions In Victoria
  • Cupressus,macrocarpa, Monterey cypress,From lists and sources by Faith Campbell and John Randall,"Plant Invaders of Parks and Natural Areas, US National Parks, weed"
  • Cupressus,sempervirens,Italian cypress,X,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Cupressus,sempervirens, Italian Cypress,"Dispersal: Water,Wind. Life Form: Tree. RISK: Not a threat (but may have a negative visual impact). Vegetation Formations Invaded: 4,5,","Introduced deliberately from: S Eur, W As and Commercially Available, In Victoria: Rare or localised, small populations",Environmental Weed Invasions In Victoria
  • Juniperus,ashei, Ashe juniper,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Juniperus,communis, common juniper,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Juniperus,deppeana, alligator juniper,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Juniperus,horizontalis, creeping juniper,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Juniperus,monosperma, oneseed juniper,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Juniperus,occidentalis, western juniper,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Juniperus,osteosperma, Utah juniper,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Juniperus,pinchotii, redberry juniper,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Juniperus,scopulorum, Rocky Mountain juniper,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Juniperus,silicicola, southern redcedar,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Juniperus,sp.,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Juniperus,spp., "seeds dry stored; viability tested by soaking seeds 48hrs in several changes of water, then planting 5-10cm deep in soil in flats in greenhouse; seedlings recorded up to 9mths after planting; 54% for 45yr old J. osteosperma",Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes
  • Juniperus,virginiana,N,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa
  • Juniperus,virginiana, Region of origin - eastern N Eur; Extent of spread - localised ; Means of spread - ornamental,CRC for Weeds Tech Series Report # 3
  • Juniperus,virginiana, red or pencil cedar,"Woody SpeciesInvades: grasslands, riverbanks, rocky outcropsCultivated for: ornament, shelter, shade",Origin: N Amer,Plant Invaders of Southern Africa. (Weeds)
  • Juniperus,virginiana, red or pencil cedar,"Woody SpeciesInvades: grasslands, riverbanks, rocky outcropsCultivated for: ornament, shelter, shade",Origin: N Amer,Plant Invaders of Southern Africa. (Weeds)
  • Juniperus,virginiana, eastern redcedar,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Libocedrus,decurrens, incense cedar,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Thuja,occidentalis, northern white cedar,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966
  • Thuja,orientalis, oriental arborvitae,From lists and sources by Faith Campbell and John Randall,"Plant Invaders of Parks and Natural Areas, US National Parks, weed"
  • Thuja,plicata, western redcedar,"Source: "USA Composite List of Weeds" published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966",WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966


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