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Posted on November 27, 2019 04:43 PM by brookschryer brookschryer


Anthriscus sylvestris should be added to your tracking list. This exotic is spreading rapidly, not just along roadsides but into and overwhelming native communities. For example:

Posted by donaldasutherland almost 2 years ago

Is there any interest in tracking the Broad-leaved Sweet Pea (Lathyrus latifolius)? The population seems to be exploding in my area (northern Huron County) in the past few years.

Posted by crosslament almost 2 years ago

what is the source of reference for this list of species? I can't seem to find such an extensive list; including the links provided on this page. Some species I question. One being the kentucky coffee tree - this species is listed as a species at risk on

Posted by sm18jk about 1 year ago

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