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  • Digitaria ciliaris - North American Invasive Species Network
    Forest Plants of the Southeast and Their Wildlife Uses by J H Miller and K V Miller published by The University of Georgia Press in cooperation with the Southern Weed Science Society James H Miller Ted Bodner Southern Weed Science Society Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Plant s Habit Forest and Kim Starr Starr Environmental Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Habitat Forest and Kim Starr Starr Environmental Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Plant s Lynn Sosnoskie University of Georgia Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Plant s Hi brac exclosure Forest and Kim Starr Starr Environmental Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Plant s Voucher 050223 22 Forest and Kim Starr Starr Environmental Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Plant s Voucher 060422 12 Forest and Kim Starr Starr Environmental Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Flower s August Photo from Forest Plants of the Southeast and Their Wildlife Uses by J H Miller and K V Miller published by The University of Georgia Press in cooperation with the Southern Weed Science Society James H Miller Ted Bodner Southern Weed Science Society Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Distribution GISIN Records 312 Multiple GISIN Points Single GISIN

    Original URL path: http://www.naisn.org/species/Digitaria-ciliaris/ (2016-04-25)
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  • Digitaria sanguinalis - North American Invasive Species Network
    View All Images at Invasive org Plant s September Photo from Forest Plants of the Southeast and Their Wildlife Uses by J H Miller and K V Miller published by The University of Georgia Press in cooperation with the Southern Weed Science Society James H Miller Ted Bodner Southern Weed Science Society Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Plant s growing up through planting hole in plastic Rebekah D Wallace University of Georgia Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Plant s Ohio State Weed Lab The Ohio State University Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Plant s Steve Dewey Utah State University Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Foliage Rebekah D Wallace University of Georgia Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Feature s leaf hairs Rebekah D Wallace University of Georgia Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Flower s Steve Dewey Utah State University Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Flower s Rebekah D Wallace University of Georgia Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Seed s Ken Chamberlain The Ohio State University Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Distribution GISIN Records 140 Multiple GISIN Points Single GISIN Point Load Time This website was created by the Center for Invasive Species

    Original URL path: http://www.naisn.org/species/Digitaria-sanguinalis/ (2016-04-25)
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  • Dioscorea bulbifera - North American Invasive Species Network
    within a variety of habitats such as forest edges hammocks and many disturbed areas It was introduced from Africa for food and medicinal purposes in the early 1900s Air potato is a common and widespread food crop throughout most tropical regions of the world Resources from GISIN http www citsci org cwis438 Browse Organism OrganismInfo Info php TSN 43369 http www issg org database species ecology asp si 1220 fr 1 sts lang EN Selected Images from Invasive org View All Images at Invasive org Feature s Bulbils aerial tubers and alternate foliage in September Fred Nation Weeks Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Infestation Amy Ferriter State of Idaho Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Foliage leaves Forest and Kim Starr Starr Environmental Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Feature s bulbils Karen Brown University of Florida Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Flower s Karen Brown University of Florida Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Plant s Rebekah D Wallace University of Georgia Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Feature s bulbils in December James H Miller USDA Forest Service Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Foliage in July James H Miller USDA

    Original URL path: http://www.naisn.org/species/Dioscorea-bulbifera/ (2016-04-25)
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  • Dioscorea polystachya - North American Invasive Species Network
    vegetation including trees within a variety of moist disturbed habitats It was introduced from Asia for ornamental food and medicinal purposes and escaped cultivation in the mid 1990s Resources from GISIN http www citsci org cwis438 Browse Organism OrganismInfo Info php TSN 502075 Selected Images from Invasive org View All Images at Invasive org Feature s Aerial tubers and foliage Jack Ranney University of Tennessee Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Plant s Great Smoky Mountains National Park Resource Management USDI National Park Service Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Infestation Chris Evans University of Illinois Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Infestation Chris Evans University of Illinois Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Infestation Chris Evans University of Illinois Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Foliage Chris Evans University of Illinois Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Foliage July James H Miller USDA Forest Service Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Plant s Troy Evans Great Smoky Mountains National Park Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Seed s Steve Hurst USDA NRCS PLANTS Database Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Fruit s aerial tubers Chris Evans University of Illinois Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Foliage Chris Evans University of Illinois Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Feature s aerial tubers Chris Evans University of Illinois Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Distribution GISIN Records 69 Multiple GISIN Points Single GISIN Point Load Time Species Status from GISIN United States Alabama USDA NRCS 2002 United States Arkansas USDA NRCS 2002 United States Connecticut USDA NRCS 2002 United States Florida USA Tu 2002 United States Georgia USA USDA NRCS 2002 United States Illinois USDA NRCS 2002 United States Indiana USDA NRCS 2002 United States Kansas USDA NRCS 2002 United States Kentucky USDA NRCS 2002 United States Louisiana USDA NRCS 2002

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