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  • Invasive Species of Concern in Maryland - Tatarian Honeysuckle
    Vertebrates Aquatic Plants Terrestrial Plants Viruses Fungi and Other Organisms Information and Resources Tatarian Honeysuckle Lonicera tatarica Shrub that invades a variety of habitats introduced as a cultivated plant fruit is dispersed by birds and other wildlife Additional Resources MISC

    Original URL path: http://mdinvasivesp.org/species/terrestrial_plants/Tatarian_Honeysuckle.html (2016-04-30)
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  • Invasive Species of Concern in Maryland - Purple Loosestrife
    News Invasive Species of Concern in Maryland Insects Other Invertebrates Vertebrates Aquatic Plants Terrestrial Plants Viruses Fungi and Other Organisms Information and Resources Purple Loosestrife Lythrum salicaria Herbaceous perennial that overtakes native wetlands prolific seeder biological control organisms available Additional Resources MISC Invader of the Month press release July 2006 Maryland Department of Natural Resources Plant Invaders of Mid Atlantic Natural Areas National Park Service USGS Northern Prairie Wildlife Research

    Original URL path: http://mdinvasivesp.org/species/terrestrial_plants/Purple_Loosestrife.html (2016-04-30)
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  • Invasive Species of Concern in Maryland - Japanese Stiltgrass
    Terrestrial Plants Viruses Fungi and Other Organisms Information and Resources Japanese Stiltgrass Microstegium vimineum Herbaceous annual rapidly expanding into numerous native habitats shade tolerant Additional Resources MISC Invader of the Month press release September 2003 Invasive org Plant Conservation Alliance

    Original URL path: http://mdinvasivesp.org/species/terrestrial_plants/Japanese_Stiltgrass.html (2016-04-30)
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  • Invasive Species of Concern in Maryland - Chinese Silvergrass
    Plants Terrestrial Plants Viruses Fungi and Other Organisms Information and Resources Chinese Silvergrass Miscanthus sinensis Herbaceous perennial grass widely grown in nursery trade early flowering cultivars have viable seed and are spreading to roadsides Additional Resources MISC Invader of the

    Original URL path: http://mdinvasivesp.org/species/terrestrial_plants/Chinese_Silvergrass.html (2016-04-30)
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  • Invasive Species of Concern in Maryland - White Mulberry
    of Concern in Maryland Insects Other Invertebrates Vertebrates Aquatic Plants Terrestrial Plants Viruses Fungi and Other Organisms Information and Resources White Mulberry Morus alba Native to northern China white mulberry was imported to start a silk industry as food for the silkworm caterpillar It is hybridizing with the native red mulberry and diluting the gene pool Additional Resources White Mulberry Morus alba Invasive org David J Moorhead University of Georgia

    Original URL path: http://mdinvasivesp.org/species/terrestrial_plants/White_Mulberry.html (2016-04-30)
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  • Invasive Species of Concern in Maryland - Marsh Dayflower
    Maryland Insects Other Invertebrates Vertebrates Aquatic Plants Terrestrial Plants Viruses Fungi and Other Organisms Information and Resources Marsh Dayflower Murdannia keisak Aneilema is found in slow moving streams forested swamps freshwater marshes and fresh tidal waters Its small white to blue flowers bloom in late summer to early fall Additional Resources MISC Invader of the Month press release October 2011 Aneilema Murdannia keisak Fact Sheet Virginia Department of Conservation and

    Original URL path: http://mdinvasivesp.org/species/terrestrial_plants/Marsh_Dayflower.html (2016-04-30)
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  • Invasive Species of Concern in Maryland - Wavyleaf Basketgrass
    of Concern in Maryland Insects Other Invertebrates Vertebrates Aquatic Plants Terrestrial Plants Viruses Fungi and Other Organisms Information and Resources Wavyleaf Basketgrass Oplismenus undulatifolius This shade tolerant low growing grass invades moist forest habitats It is named for the ripples on the wide blades Additional Resources MISC Invader of the Month press release August 2007 Invasive org Wavyleaf basketgrass in Little Paint Branch Park in Prince George s County MD

    Original URL path: http://mdinvasivesp.org/species/terrestrial_plants/Wavyleaf_Basketgrass.html (2016-04-30)
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  • Invasive Species of Concern in Maryland - Princesstree, Paulownia
    Information and Resources Princesstree Paulownia Paulownia tomentosa Princesstree is native to eastern Asia and was first introduced into North America in the early 1800s for ornamental purposes The seed were also used as packing material The wood is valuable as a potential export for musical instruments and as carving wood Additional Resources MISC Invader of the Month press release May 2007 Princesstree Paulownia James H Miller 2003 Invasive Plant Atlas

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