Robert W. Freckmann Herbarium

Invasive/Eradication Information

  ERADICATION:  These plants are known to be highly invasive, out competing native species and leading to a monoculture. They can destroy the habitat necessary for a healthy ecosystem. If they are found, the location should be noted and all individuals should be destroyed. The site should then be monitored in the future for new infestations.

 WI-DNR ECOLOGICALLY INVASIVE- non-native plants, animals and pathogens whose introduction causes or is likely to cause economic, or environmental harm or harm to human health.
 WI-DNR WI-DNR PROHIBITED INVASIVE- with certain exceptions, the transport, possession, transfer and introduction is illegal.
with certain exceptions, the transport, transfer and introduction is illegal but possession is legal.

To search for other Wisconsin Invasive species- County and Status Search. Choose Status - Ecologically Invasive, Restricted, Prohibited, and any other criteria.

For more information or visit Invasive Plants Assoc. of Wisconsin -IPAW (new window), and the Wisconsin Dept. of Natural Resources (new window).


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