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Vicky Austin Jul 9
Deer look innocent enough, but they absolutely decimate the lower vegetation layers of the forest. need this vegetation for many reasons, including for shelter of nests. The impact have on Australian native flora and fauna is truly devastating.
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Dr. David Coyle Jul 9
Nom nom nom. This Asian longhorned beetle female is gnawing away on this maple tree creating an egg niche in which to lay an egg. Unfortunately, this and pest is now established in SC. More info on our page:
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Prairie Moon Nursery 18h
Wild Parsnip (Pastinaca sativa) is a tall, biennial, poisonous plant that invades native prairies and disturbed habitats and can cause painful blisters. TAKE EXTREME CAUTION when removing this plant; wear long sleeves, long pants, and gloves to protect yourself.
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Jo Latimore, Ph.D. Jul 9
Spoiler alert: It's not that great. Use of environmental DNA to detect the invasive aquatic plants Myriophyllum spicatum and Egeria densa in lakes by et al. | Freshwater Science: Ahead of Print
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RVCA Jul 9
Invasive Phragmites or European Common Reed is an aggressive, invasive plant that causes damage to ecosystems. It's spreads fast & out competes native plants. If seen call, the Invading Species Hotline at 1-800-563-7711.
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NAISMA Jul 9
NAISMA organizational partnerships start at just $150 and offer benefits such as: 👩🏼‍🎨 Graphic design hours to customize PlayCleanGo materials 💵 A 10% discount on our store, including trail signs and boot brushes ➕ Much more!
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Kurucz Kornélia Jul 10
Replying to @KorneliaKurucz
She that seeks, finds 🙈🦟 larvae of hatched from used in a small in 🇭🇺☝️that’s what it’s about around
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Mariko Whyte 2h
We will be at Breach Common in Shaftesbury this afternoon making a start on Himalayan balsam control. If you are nearby come down and join us!
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Clean Drain Dry Canada Jul 8
It's family week! 🎣🐟 Remember to your boat, boating equipment and fishing gear when you leave the water! Preventing the spread of , protects our waterways and fish!
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Dr. David Coyle 18h
Defoliators? Woodborers? ? FUNGI?!? We'll talk about all of 'em on Monday at noon EST as part of the ForestEd webinar series. There's a CFE in it for attendees and I'll do my best to minimize the Dad jokes. No guarantees though.
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1stTakePropertySvcs Jul 9
Clearing Kudzu and Wisteria from an overgrown backyard.
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AquaSTEM Consulting LLC Jul 8
Triploid grass are rendered sterile at the hatchery and are used as to manage the growth of verticillata, an invasive that, if left unmanaged, reduces quality, impedes flow, & impacts .
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Nisqually River Council 17h
Stewardship starts at home for NRF Executive Director Justin Hall: read his new blog post about clearing Himalayan blackberry from his property while staying home this spring!
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Clean Drain Dry Canada 18h
and the boating industry are key partners in preventing the spread of threatening Canada’s aquatic ecosystems. Learn about our INVASIVE-WISE MARINA'S program & find 4 new downloadable resources on our website below.
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Scottish Invasive Species Initiative Jul 9
Oh dear, there is a on the loose in Wales 🙁 Accidental or deliberate releases of exotic pets is one of the ways that invasive non-native species establish in the wild - lets hope they catch this one quickly.
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CINNG Jul 9
Great to be involved in the online conference. Thanks to the entire team. Looking forward to presenting on AQUA accreditation later.
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Ontario Invasive Plant Council 19h
We are on YouTube! You can find many different videos about on our channel. If you want to learn more about the threat this holds to Ontario ecosystems, watch on! Educate yourself today for at
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Northern Research Jul 9
The twolined chestnut borer is a native species in North America, but not in Turkey. When it was discovered there, scientists (current and emeritus!) were ready to help local land managers working to contain it.
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Canadian Food Inspection Agency 19h
Hemlock Woolly Adelgid kills trees from coast to coast and is a threat to Canadian lumber. Get informed about the signs of this
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Northern Research 21h
Newly published research suggests that global trade routes have driven the invasion patterns of insects in the Scolytinae group (i.e. bark beetles and ambrosia beetles).
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