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Invasive Species Centre (Ontario).
See also: eDNA for more information
DOI. Bureau of Reclamation.
See also: Quagga and Zebra Mussels for more information
U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Use this infographic resource to learn which pollinator -attractive plants are native to your region.
UN. FAO. International Plant Protection Convention.
See also: Environmental Protection and Plant Health: A New IPPC Factsheet Explains the Link
DOI. USGS. Publications Warehouse.
The U.S. Geological Survey provides natural-resource managers with scientific information, risk assessment, and tools that can help to improve surveillance, prevention, and control strategies for managing invasive carp.
Fact Sheet 2022–3012