The invasive species native to Japan and the Korean peninsula is no friend to forests or gardeners.
Bottle gourds' wild ancestors may have crossed the Atlantic Ocean on the currents that run from western Africa to the Caribbean and South America thousands of years before Europeans made similar voyages. Continue reading →
Google's online street views could help scientists track and fight invasive species over the Internet.
The formation of mountains 450 million years ago may have allowed invasive species to storm the continent that gave rise to North America.
Avid aerial anglers netted leaping silver carp at the 13th annual Redneck Fishing Tournament in Bath, Illinois. Continue reading →
Scientists can now track the global routes that invasive marine species take. Continue reading →
Your friendly neighborhood honeysuckle is probably an invasive species -- and that's OK.
Whether or not they are good for the environment or bad, invasive species are here to stay and becoming more abundant than native flora in urban landscapes.
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