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  • Invasive Species of Concern in Maryland - Bog Bulrush
    Other Invertebrates Vertebrates Aquatic Plants Terrestrial Plants Viruses Fungi and Other Organisms Information and Resources Bog Bulrush Schoenoplectus mucronatus An annual or perennial sedge that colonizes wet soils and shallow ponds It is particularly a problem in wetland restoration sites

    Original URL path: http://mdinvasivesp.org/species/terrestrial_plants/Bog_Bulrush.html (2016-04-30)
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  • Invasive Species of Concern in Maryland - Johnsongrass
    News Invasive Species of Concern in Maryland Insects Other Invertebrates Vertebrates Aquatic Plants Terrestrial Plants Viruses Fungi and Other Organisms Information and Resources Johnsongrass Sorghum halepense Perennial grass that invades agricultural and natural ecosystems Additional Resources Invasive org Related PDF

    Original URL path: http://mdinvasivesp.org/species/terrestrial_plants/Johnsongrass.html (2016-04-30)
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  • Invasive Species of Concern in Maryland - Puncturevine
    Maryland Insects Other Invertebrates Vertebrates Aquatic Plants Terrestrial Plants Viruses Fungi and Other Organisms Information and Resources Puncturevine Tribulus terrestris A low growing perennial vine found on disturbed ground and fallow fields Additional Resources Invasive org UC IPM Online Steve

    Original URL path: http://mdinvasivesp.org/species/terrestrial_plants/Puncturevine.html (2016-04-30)
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  • Invasive Species of Concern in Maryland - Chestnut Blight
    Terrestrial Plants Viruses Fungi and Other Organisms Information and Resources Chestnut Blight Cryphonectria parasitica Persistent organism first detected in 1904 responsible for loss of native chestnut in US Additional Resources MISC Invader of the Month press release April 2008 Anagnostakis

    Original URL path: http://mdinvasivesp.org/species/other/Chestnut_Blight.html (2016-04-30)
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  • Invasive Species of Concern in Maryland - Thousand Cankers Disease
    Organisms Information and Resources Thousand Cankers Disease Geosmithia morbida Fungal disease of walnut species especially Black Walnut caused by the fungus Geosmithia morbida and spread by the Walnut Twig Beetle Pityophthorus junglandis Additional Resources MISC Invader of the Month press release December 2014 Thousand Cankers Disease and the Walnut Twig Beetle in California UC IPM Online Thousand Cankers Disease Invasive org Related PDF File Thousand Cankers Disease Pest Alert USDA

    Original URL path: http://mdinvasivesp.org/species/other/Thousand_Cankers_Disease.html (2016-04-30)
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  • Invasive Species of Concern in Maryland - Whirling Disease
    Plants Terrestrial Plants Viruses Fungi and Other Organisms Information and Resources Whirling Disease Myxobolus cerebralis Additional Resources MISC Invader of the Month press release March 2008 Whirling Disease Initiative Montana Water Center Montana State University Related PDF File Whirling Disease

    Original URL path: http://mdinvasivesp.org/species/other/Whirling_Disease.html (2016-04-30)
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  • Invasive Species of Concern in Maryland - Beech Bark Disease Complex
    Other Organisms Information and Resources Beech Bark Disease Complex Nectria spp fungus Cryptococcus fagisuga beech scale Complex of scale insect and fungal pathogen kills beech trees in Northeast US not yet in MD Additional Resources MISC Invader of the Month press release December 2008 Beech Bark Disease BBD USDA Forest Service Forest Insect Disease Leaflet USDA Forest Service Nectria coccinea Invasive org Nectria coccinea var faginata Invasive org Fresh canker

    Original URL path: http://mdinvasivesp.org/species/other/Beech_Bark_Disease_Complex.html (2016-04-30)
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  • Invasive Species of Concern in Maryland - Soybean Rust
    Vertebrates Aquatic Plants Terrestrial Plants Viruses Fungi and Other Organisms Information and Resources Soybean Rust Phakopsora spp Fungus that infects more than 90 species of legumes spread primarily by windborn spores over long distances Additional Resources American Phytopathological Society Invasive

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