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Journal of Applied Ecology Jun 7
New on the blog: David Strand and colleagues present an alternative to the controversial cage method for monitoring and managing infection outbreaks:
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DFO_NL Jun 12
Green crab is on our most unwanted list. Make sure it doesn’t hitch a ride on your boat.
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Rae Tamblyn 59m
Man... Everything is invasive in Florida πŸ˜±πŸ˜«πŸ˜“ The scope and scale of restoration and control efforts staggers me
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JLW CISMA Jun 14
Stop by and get your boat washed!
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Minnesota Traditions Jun 14
Have a great weekend and enjoy your time on the water! Cleaning, draining and drying our boats prevents the spread of for us and the generations to follow.
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Sophie Hocking Jun 5
Japanese knotweed basking in the sun on Swansea Bay on this fine afternoon πŸŒ±πŸ– good demonstration of phenotypic plasticity
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Aria Lee Jun 4
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Chris Hayes Jun 14
I pick mustard garlic from my garden a pesky invasive species
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Annie Robinson Jun 14
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Northern Research 7h
More than 70 species of woody plants have been recorded as hosts for spotted lanternfly. The non-native is moving west from the East Coast.
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Alexander Verbeek 🌍 Jun 13
🌍 Fascinating to watch how we spread over the planet. Leaving Africa (rather early in this version), and then first walking all the way to Australia. Note also the changes in the ice in the Arctic and Europe. We are πŸ˜‰
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David Ortiz May 16
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Lacey Rose May 30
Put up a few emerald ash borer traps today in yet-to-be-confirmed infested areas today. Help slow the spread - don’t move firewood!
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Trevor Jones Jun 14
Signal Crayfish
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Robin Gauff Jun 14
Looks like an alien savanna. With Corophium elephants. (Bugula neritina)
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Markus Gronwald May 19
This video shows that (Ninox novaeseelandiae) is not just scavenging but also interested in live (Rattus exulans). Or maybe it just wants to contribute to .
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Outback.eco May 29
Feral camels at highest numbers seen in years in central Australia πŸ“· by Fiona J Walsh
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Northern Research Jun 12
- Spotted lanternfly: an Asian exotic is moving westward from the East Coast
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Andrew Briggs 2h
Optimum waveform/parameters to immobilize juvenile occurs at 60-100 Hz and 20-48% duty cycle using rectangular pulsed DC. Publication by , , and :
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Entomology Emily Jun 1
I just need one more and I’ll have 100 followers! I hope my twitter can be used for about and in various fields. Retweet me and help me grow please!
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