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  • Anthemis cotula - North American Invasive Species Network
    s Michael Shephard USDA Forest Service Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Plant s Charles T Bryson USDA Agricultural Research Service Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Plant s in flower Joseph M DiTomaso University of California Davis Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Flower s Mary Ellen Mel Harte Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Foliage Mary Ellen Mel Harte Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Distribution GISIN Records

    Original URL path: http://www.naisn.org/species/Anthemis-cotula/ (2016-04-25)
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  • Anthoxanthum odoratum - North American Invasive Species Network
    Forest and Kim Starr Starr Environmental Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Plant s Habit Forest and Kim Starr Starr Environmental Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Plant s Habit Forest and Kim Starr Starr Environmental Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Plant s Habit Forest and Kim Starr Starr Environmental Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Plant s Habit Forest and Kim Starr Starr Environmental Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Stem s collar and sheath with short ligule Joseph M DiTomaso University of California Davis Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Stem s collar and sheath with long ligule Joseph M DiTomaso University of California Davis Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Spikelet s Spikelets John M Randall The Nature Conservancy Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Flower s with open inflorescence during flowering Joseph M DiTomaso University of California Davis Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Flower s with closed inflorescence after flowering Joseph M DiTomaso University of California Davis Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Spikelet s Spikelets John M Randall The Nature Conservancy Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Seed s Seedhead Forest and Kim Starr Starr Environmental Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Distribution

    Original URL path: http://www.naisn.org/species/Anthoxanthum-odoratum/ (2016-04-25)
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  • Apocynum cannabinum - North American Invasive Species Network
    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 USDA Forest Service Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Foliage 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 Foliage Chris Evans University of Illinois Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Flower s May 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 USDA Forest Service Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Flower s Chris Evans University of Illinois Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Flower s Chris Evans University of Illinois Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Flower s Chris Evans University of Illinois Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Flower s Mary Ellen Mel Harte Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Fruit s Steve

    Original URL path: http://www.naisn.org/species/Apocynum-cannabinum/ (2016-04-25)
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  • Arctium minus - North American Invasive Species Network
    1 ft 0 3 m long Flowering occurs in July to October when pink to purple flowers develop Flowers are enclosed in a prickly bur Lesser burdock can become a problematic invader of pastures hay fields and open prairie ecosystems It acts as a secondary host for pathogens such as powdery mildew and root rot which affect economically important plants Lesser burdock is native to Europe and came to the United States via accidental introduction Resources from GISIN http www citsci org cwis438 Browse Organism OrganismInfo Info php TSN 36546 Selected Images from Invasive org View All Images at Invasive org Plant s Mary Ellen Mel Harte Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Foliage Mary Ellen Mel Harte Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Foliage Mary Ellen Mel Harte Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Foliage Mary Ellen Mel Harte Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Flower s John D Byrd Mississippi State University Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Flower s Mary Ellen Mel Harte Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Plant s Britton N L and A Brown 1913 Illustrated flora of the northern states and Canada Vol 3 548 USDA PLANTS Database USDA NRCS PLANTS Database Bugwood

    Original URL path: http://www.naisn.org/species/Arctium-minus/ (2016-04-25)
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  • Arenaria serpyllifolia - North American Invasive Species Network
    GISIN Selected Images from Invasive org View All Images at Invasive org Plant s Habit and fruit Forest and Kim Starr Starr Environmental Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Distribution GISIN Records 0 Multiple GISIN Points Single GISIN Point Load Time This website was created by the Center for Invasive Species Management at Montana State University the Center for Invasive Species and Ecosystem Health at the University of Georgia and

    Original URL path: http://www.naisn.org/species/Arenaria-serpyllifolia/ (2016-04-25)
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  • Arrhenatherum elatius - North American Invasive Species Network
    http www citsci org cwis438 Browse Organism OrganismInfo Info php TSN 41443 Selected Images from Invasive org View All Images at Invasive org Plant s View Puu Kole Forest and Kim Starr Starr Environmental Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Distribution GISIN Records 1 Multiple GISIN Points Single GISIN Point Load Time Species Status from GISIN United States CA This website was created by the Center for Invasive Species Management

    Original URL path: http://www.naisn.org/species/Arrhenatherum-elatius/ (2016-04-25)
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  • Artemisia absinthium - North American Invasive Species Network
    a strong sage like scent when crushed Lower leaves are divided into 2 3 segments and the upper leaves are not divided Flowering occurs in midsummer when pale yellow tubular flowers develop in drooping heads in the axils of the leaves A single plant can produce 50 000 seeds Absinth wormwood invades open and disturbed sites such as pastures rangelands crop land stream banks prairies and old fields The plant is native to Europe and was first introduced into the United States in the mid 1800s Resources from GISIN http www citsci org cwis438 Browse Organism OrganismInfo Info php TSN 35445 Selected Images from Invasive org View All Images at Invasive org Plant s Chris Evans University of Illinois Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Fruit s Steve Hurst USDA NRCS PLANTS Database Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Flower s Mary Ellen Mel Harte 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 Plant s Britton N L and A Brown 1913 Illustrated flora of the northern states and Canada Vol 3 525 USDA PLANTS Database USDA

    Original URL path: http://www.naisn.org/species/Artemisia-absinthium/ (2016-04-25)
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  • Artemisia tridentata - North American Invasive Species Network
    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 Foliage Mary Ellen Mel Harte Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Foliage Mary Ellen Mel Harte Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Foliage Mary Ellen Mel Harte Bugwood org Additional Resolutions Image Usage Flower s Mary Ellen Mel Harte Bugwood org Additional

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