An invasive species is a plant, fungus, or animal species that is not native to a
specific location (an introduced species), and which has a tendency to spread to
Provides a reference gateway to information, organizations and services about
invasive species including federal, state, local and international sources.
On May 12, 2016 Secretary Jewell appointed 14 individuals to the Invasive
Species Advisory Committee.
Mar 23, 2016 ... Information about invasive plant and animal species in Wisconsin. Includes many
detailed fact sheets.
Apr 29, 2015 ... Invasive species often compete so successfully in new ecosystems that they
displace native species and disrupt important ecosystem ...
5 Invasive Species You Should Know. A ship flushes and refills its ballast task in
mid-ocean to prevent marine organisms from moving from one port to another.
A nonnative species could become invasive soon after becoming established,
like the Cuban tree frog. It was introduced in 1931 through packing materials, and
Invasive species are defined by the National Invasive Species Council as
species that are “both non-native (or alien) to the ecosystem under consideration
If you think you have seen an invasive species, report it: If possible, get a picture.
... Form: If the species is an aquatic (water) species, fill out the Aquatic Invasive ...
The Virginia Invasive Species Council provides state leadership on invasive
species, coordinates efforts to prevent invasive species from entering Virginia,