Invasive Plants Field and Reference Guide: An Ecological Perspective of Plant Invaders of Forests and Woodlands-SupplementAuthor(s): Cynthia Huebner; Cassandra Olson; Heather Smith
Source: USDA Foreset Service, State & Private Forestry Technical Publication.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionSupplement 1 makes the following changes to the original guide, which was published in 2004. Replaces the title page. Corrects and clarifies information in the original guide for two species: Microstegium vimineum (Japanese stiltgrass) and Rosa multiflora (multiflora rose). Replaces the Species List. Adds descriptions with photos for five new species. These species are among a long list of priority species and were selected over others for one key reason?literature and research on them currently are relatively abundant. Herbs: Cirsium arvense (Canada thistle), Ranunculus ficaria (lesser celandine), Rumex acetosella (sheep sorrel)
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CitationHuebner, Cynthia; Olson, Cassandra; Smith, Heather. 2006. Invasive Plants Field and Reference Guide: An Ecological Perspective of Plant Invaders of Forests and Woodlands. USDA Foreset Service, State & Provate Forestry Technical Publication.
Keywordsinvasive plants, invasive plant, field reference guid, invasive plants in woodlands, NA-TP-05-04
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