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  • Invasive Species of Concern in Maryland - Narrowleaf Bittercress
    of Concern in Maryland Insects Other Invertebrates Vertebrates Aquatic Plants Terrestrial Plants Viruses Fungi and Other Organisms Information and Resources Narrowleaf Bittercress Cardamine impatiens Found in forested habitats where it outcompetes native plant species Additional Resources Narrowleaf Bittercress Sagebud Narrowleaf

    Original URL path: http://mdinvasivesp.org/species/terrestrial_plants/Narrowleaf_Bittercress.html (2016-04-30)
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  • Invasive Species of Concern in Maryland - Plumeless Thistle
    Other Invertebrates Vertebrates Aquatic Plants Terrestrial Plants Viruses Fungi and Other Organisms Information and Resources Plumeless Thistle Carduus acanthoides Herbaceous biennial that invades roadsides pastures and open native habitats seeds dispersed by wind and wildlife Additional Resources Invasive org Related

    Original URL path: http://mdinvasivesp.org/species/terrestrial_plants/Plumeless_Thistle.html (2016-04-30)
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  • Invasive Species of Concern in Maryland - Musk Thistle
    Other Invertebrates Vertebrates Aquatic Plants Terrestrial Plants Viruses Fungi and Other Organisms Information and Resources Musk Thistle Carduus nutans Herbaceous biennial that invades roadsides pastures and open native habitats hybridizes with Plumeless Thistle Additional Resources Invasive org Related PDF File

    Original URL path: http://mdinvasivesp.org/species/terrestrial_plants/Musk_Thistle.html (2016-04-30)
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  • Invasive Species of Concern in Maryland - Spotted Knapweed
    Plants Terrestrial Plants Viruses Fungi and Other Organisms Information and Resources Spotted Knapweed Centaurea stoebe ssp micranthos formerly Centaurea maculosa Herbaceous perennial that escapes from fields and roadsides into native habitats Additional Resources Invasive Plant Atlas of the United States

    Original URL path: http://mdinvasivesp.org/species/terrestrial_plants/Spotted_Knapweed.html (2016-04-30)
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  • Invasive Species of Concern in Maryland - Canada Thistle
    Aquatic Plants Terrestrial Plants Viruses Fungi and Other Organisms Information and Resources Canada Thistle Cirsium arvense Herbaceous perennial that invades fields and pastures establishes clonal colonies seeds distributed by wind and wildlife Additional Resources MISC Invader of the Month press

    Original URL path: http://mdinvasivesp.org/species/terrestrial_plants/Canada_Thistle.html (2016-04-30)
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  • Invasive Species of Concern in Maryland - Bull Thistle
    Vertebrates Aquatic Plants Terrestrial Plants Viruses Fungi and Other Organisms Information and Resources Bull Thistle Cirsium vulgare Herbaceous biennial that escapes from fields and roadsides into native open habitats seeds distributed by wildlife Additional Resources Invasive org Related PDF File

    Original URL path: http://mdinvasivesp.org/species/terrestrial_plants/Bull_Thistle.html (2016-04-30)
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  • Invasive Species of Concern in Maryland - Autumn Olive
    Species of Concern in Maryland Insects Other Invertebrates Vertebrates Aquatic Plants Terrestrial Plants Viruses Fungi and Other Organisms Information and Resources Autumn Olive Elaeagnus umbellata Shrub that invades a variety of native habitats from grassland to forest introduced as a cultivated plant berries distributed by wildlife Additional Resources MISC Invader of the Month press release March 2010 Plant Invaders of Mid Atlantic Natural Areas National Park Service Photo D Barringer

    Original URL path: http://mdinvasivesp.org/species/terrestrial_plants/Autumn_Olive.html (2016-04-30)
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  • Invasive Species of Concern in Maryland - Winter Creeper
    Plants Viruses Fungi and Other Organisms Information and Resources Winter Creeper Euonymus fortunei Winter creeper is an evergreen woody vine from Asia that was introduced as an ornamental in 1907 Winter creeper aggressively invades forests displacing native vegetation Additional Resources

    Original URL path: http://mdinvasivesp.org/species/terrestrial_plants/Winter_Creeper.html (2016-04-30)
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