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Invasive Species: Aquatic Species - Hydrilla (Hydrilla verticillata)
Government State Government University/Academic International Organizations Federal Government Hydrilla ...
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
FNGA in 1999. Over the years, such plants were introduced by the government for forage, erosion control, and other agricultural uses, as well as by nursery growers ... accidental introduction.  Widely known invasive plants are Brazilian pepper, Australian pine, carrotwood, Chinese tallow, hydrilla and melaleuca.   ``FNGA is aware how destructive invasive plants are to Florida' ...
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U.S. Global Change Research Information Office
U.S.. In Australia, where a somewhat different approach is taken, the national government now sponsors the genetic development of organisms to eradicate introduced rabbits and foxes. Finally ... associations and individual citizens have released the goldenhorn marisa snail in attempts to control hydrilla and water hyacinth infestations, even though the marisa feeds indiscriminately on many desirable ...
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GLRC Aquatic Invasive Species Rapid Response Initiative - March 2, 2007
The Great Lakes ANS Panel – established in 1991 and comprising representatives from government (State, Provincial, Federal, and Tribal), business and industry, universities, citizen environmental groups and others— ... at this time. For example, MDEQ’s response plan for the invasive aquatic plant Hydrilla is a single-species, single state plan that took years to develop. The proposed ...
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GLRC Rapid Response Protocol - October 2007
A variety of species-specific (e.g. Asian Carp, Hydrilla) and location-specific (e.g., National Forest/Park) rapid response contingency plans are ... effort at both a regional and national level. The panel consists of representatives from government (State, Provincial, Federal, and Tribal), business and industry, universities, citizen environmental groups and others. ...
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Invasive Species: Aquatic Species - Brazilian Waterweed (Egeria densa)
Plans: Aquatic Species Selected Internet Resources: Federal Government State Government University/Academic International Organizations Federal Government Egeria densa Integrated Taxonomic Information System. Taxonomy ... Top State Government Aquatic Pest Control - Water Hyacinth, Egeria Densa California Department of Boating and Waterways. Controls; Legal Aspects Hydrilla, Brazilian elodea, and ...
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Activities: Partnership List
Club Organization State Agency Federal Agency School/University Company Tribal Government Input the security code The Stop Aquatic Hitchhikers web site is part of ... Windsurfing, Seaplane Operations, Personal Watercraft Use, Recreational Bait Harvesting Common Hitchhikers Zebra Mussels, Hydrilla, Whirling Disease, Spiny Water Fleas, Round Gobies, Water Hyacinth Video Clips Asian ...
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Florida Exotic Pest Plant Council's 2007 List of Invasive Plant Species
Florida native plant communities. Abbreviations used: Government List (Gov. List): P = Prohibited by Florida Department of Environmental Protection; N = Noxious weed listed ... Surinam cherry I C, S Ficus microcarpa Vahl. laural fig I C, S Hydrilla verticillata (L. f.) Royle hydrilla I P, U N,C,S Hygrophila polysperma (Roxb.) T. Anders. miramar weed ...
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Invasived Defined - The Big Picture: Volunteers and Invasive Plants
MORE DEFINITIONS Many other definitions are commonly used by government agency personnel, scientists, and educators. Crops View example Nonnative, nonindigenous, introduced, or exotic ... the plants that do become established, most don’t affect their new environment. Hydrilla View example Aquatic Nuisance Species Aquatic nuisance species are nonnative species that threaten ...
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