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  • Cinnamomum camphora - North American Invasive Species Network
    but not particularly cold tolerant It invades hardwood forests upland pine and scrub woods fence rows and urban green spaces It is native to eastern Asia and was brought to the United States as an ornamental in 1875 Resources from GISIN http www citsci org cwis438 Browse Organism OrganismInfo Info php TSN 18175 http www issg org database species ecology asp si 291 fr 1 sts lang EN Selected Images from Invasive org View All Images at Invasive org Tree s Forest and Kim Starr Starr Environmental Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Foliage Forest and Kim Starr Starr Environmental Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Feature s Leaf bud Rebekah D Wallace University of Georgia Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Foliage In June James H Miller USDA Forest Service Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Fruit s In October James H Miller USDA Forest Service Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Stem s James H Miller USDA Forest Service Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Tree s Forest and Kim Starr Starr Environmental Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Seed s Steve Hurst USDA NRCS PLANTS Database Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Distribution GISIN Records 98 Multiple

    Original URL path: http://www.naisn.org/species/Cinnamomum-camphora/ (2016-04-25)
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  • Cirsium arvense - North American Invasive Species Network
    Usage Foliage Leslie J Mehrhoff University of Connecticut Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Foliage Mary Ellen Mel Harte Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Infestation UAF Cooperative Extension University of Alaska Fairbanks Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Flower s Michael Shephard USDA Forest Service Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Plant s UAF Cooperative Extension University of Alaska Fairbanks Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Plant s Dan Tenaglia Missouriplants com Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Plant s Peggy Greb USDA Agricultural Research Service Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Flower s In a forested setting Chris Evans University of Illinois Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Plant s Mary Ellen Mel Harte Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Plant s Mary Ellen Mel Harte Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Infestation In a pasture Steve Dewey Utah State University Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Infestation in canola Rape seed field near Consort Alberta Alec McClay McClay Ecoscience Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Plant s Britton N L and A Brown 1913 Illustrated flora of the northern states and Canada Vol 3 553 USDA PLANTS Database USDA NRCS PLANTS Database Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Plant s USDA NRCS Wetland flora Field office illustrated guide to plant species USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service USDA PLANTS Database USDA NRCS PLANTS Database Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Distribution GISIN Records 29359 Multiple GISIN Points Single GISIN Point Load Time Species Status from GISIN United States Alaska USDA NRCS 2002 United States Arizona USDA NRCS 2002 United States Arkansas USDA NRCS 2002 United States California USDA NRCS 2002 United States Colorado USDA NRCS 2002 United States Connecticut USDA NRCS 2002 United States Delaware USDA NRCS 2002 United States Idaho USDA NRCS 2002 United States Illinois USDA

    Original URL path: http://www.naisn.org/species/Cirsium-arvense/ (2016-04-25)
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  • Cirsium palustre - North American Invasive Species Network
    Rob Routledge Sault College Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Flower s Rob Routledge Sault College Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Stem s mid stem showing Internodes especially upper ones with continuous or intermittent spiny wings their full length quote source Michigan Flora Rob Routledge Sault College Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Stem s mid stem showing Internodes especially upper ones with continuous or intermittent spiny wings their

    Original URL path: http://www.naisn.org/species/Cirsium-palustre/ (2016-04-25)
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  • Cirsium spp. - North American Invasive Species Network
    Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Flower s Bull thistle left Musk thistle right Steve Dewey Utah State University Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Flower s Bull thistle left Canada thistle right Steve Dewey Utah State University Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Foliage Mary Ellen Mel Harte Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Feature s bracts Mary Ellen Mel Harte Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Flower s

    Original URL path: http://www.naisn.org/species/Cirsium-spp/ (2016-04-25)
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  • Cirsium vulgare - North American Invasive Species Network
    is thought to have been introduced to the eastern United States during colonial times and the western United States in the late 1800s It is currently found in all 50 states Resources from GISIN http www calflora org cgi bin species query cgi where calrecnum 2151 http www citsci org cwis438 Browse Organism OrganismInfo Info php TSN 36428 Selected Images from Invasive org View All Images at Invasive org Flower s close up Loke T Kok Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Competition under dead fir killed by budworm Swale Creek Under dead fir killed by western spruce budworm Choris toneura occidentalis Swale Creek Heppner Ranger District Umatilla National Forest northeastern Oregon Dave Powell USDA Forest Service retired Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Foliage Basal rosette Michael Shephard USDA Forest Service Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Foliage Basal rosette Michael Shephard USDA Forest Service Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Plant s large mature plant on timber harvest area Dave Powell USDA Forest Service retired Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Flower s Britt Slattery US Fish and Wildlife Service Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Stem s Dan Tenaglia Missouriplants com Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Foliage Dan Tenaglia Missouriplants com Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Foliage Steve Dewey Utah State University Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Feature s Spines Steve Dewey Utah State University Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Plant s in flower Steve Dewey Utah State University Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Plant s habit Forest and Kim Starr Starr Environmental Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Flower s flower Forest and Kim Starr Starr Environmental Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Fruit s seeds Forest and Kim Starr Starr Environmental Bugwood org Additional

    Original URL path: http://www.naisn.org/species/Cirsium-vulgare/ (2016-04-25)
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  • Clematis vitalba - North American Invasive Species Network
    Samanek Phytosanitary Administration Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Flower s Jan Samanek Phytosanitary Administration Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Flower s Robert Vidéki Doronicum Kft Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Flower s buds foliage Robert Vidéki Doronicum Kft Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Flower s Jan Samanek Phytosanitary Administration Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Flower s Jan Samanek Phytosanitary Administration Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image

    Original URL path: http://www.naisn.org/species/Clematis-vitalba/ (2016-04-25)
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  • Colocasia esculenta - North American Invasive Species Network
    brought to the Americas as a food crop for slaves In 1910 coco yam was also promoted as an alternative crop to potatoes by the USDA Resources from GISIN http nas er usgs gov queries CollectionInfo aspx SpeciesID 1096 http nas er usgs gov queries FactSheet aspx SpeciesID 1096 http nas er usgs gov queries SpeciesMap aspx SpeciesID 1096 http nas2 er usgs gov viewer omap aspx SpeciesID 1096 http www citsci org cwis438 Browse Organism OrganismInfo Info php TSN 42549 Selected Images from Invasive org View All Images at Invasive org Plant s Charles T Bryson USDA Agricultural Research Service Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Plant s habit Forest and Kim Starr Starr Environmental Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Plant s Chris Evans University of Illinois Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Foliage Chris Evans University of Illinois Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Foliage David J Moorhead University of Georgia Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Foliage David J Moorhead University of Georgia Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Stem s David J Moorhead University of Georgia Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Flower s Victor Ramey University of Florida Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Plant s habit Forest and Kim Starr Starr Environmental Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Plant s David J Moorhead University of Georgia Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Root s David J Moorhead University of Georgia Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Root s David J Moorhead University of Georgia Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Seed s Steve Hurst USDA NRCS PLANTS Database Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Plant s Chuck Bargeron University of Georgia Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Plant s habit Forest and Kim Starr Starr Environmental Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Infestation

    Original URL path: http://www.naisn.org/species/Colocasia-esculenta/ (2016-04-25)
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  • Commelina communis - North American Invasive Species Network
    Ackley The Ohio State University Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Flower s Bruce Ackley The Ohio State University Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Foliage Bruce Ackley The Ohio State University Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Flower s Bruce Ackley The Ohio State University Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Stem s Bruce Ackley The Ohio State University Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Flower s James H

    Original URL path: http://www.naisn.org/species/Commelina-communis/ (2016-04-25)
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