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Australian Government: Weeds in Australia.
CSIRO: Managing insect pests and weeds.
New South Wales Department of Primary Industries. Weeds.
Invasive woody plants database
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Union, New Zealand: ISSG-IUCN
Landcare Research: Biocontrol and ecology of weeds.
New Zealand Plant
Montana State Univesity: Center for Invasive Plant Management.
Department of Agriculture. National Invasive Species Information Center
National Invasive Species
Alien and invasive species
of North America
Argentina alien invasive species database
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HEAR - Hawaiian Ecosystems
PIER - Pacific Island
Ecosystems at Risk
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in South Africa.
Information and pictures of specific invasive plants in South
Africa that are subject to the CARA regulations (Conservation of Agricultural
Resources Act, 1983, Regulation 15): the Weeds and Invasive
Plants Website of AGIS, National Department of Agriculture. There is a quick
guide to identifications, photos, line drawings and distribution maps of most of
the 198 species of declared weeds and invader plants in South Africa.
EcoPort is a database, not just a website, devoted to
inter-disciplinary integration of information to manage biodiversity. The
programme operates under the auspices of the University of Florida, FAO and the
National Museum of Natural History of the Smithsonian Institution. It offers a
framework and tool chest of procedures to enable anyone who wishes to teach and
learn about biodiversity, to share their knowledge by using EcoPort as a
consilience engine. EcoPort contains, amongst others, taxonomic keys to identify
living organisms, information on them, pictures of them, an indication of their
interaction with other living organisms, and literature references.
Identification of plant specimens:
Dried and pressed plant specimens can be sent to the National Biodiversity
Institute for identification. Clearly print on the package: "Dried specimens for
identification". Address all correspondence to The Director, SANBI, Private Bag
X101, Pretoria 0001. Enquiries:Tel: +27 (0)12 843 5035; Fax: +27 (0)12 804 3211.
A handling fee will be charged. Enquiries about weeds in
farming situations: Contact the extension officers or Land Use and
Soil Management officers of the National or Provincial Departments of