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High Priority Terrestrial (Land) Invasive Species in Alaska

PhotoWeed Common Name
Creeping Thistle

Creeping Thistle (Canada Thistle)

Photo courtesy of: Alaska Natural Heritage Program

 Orange Hawkweed

Orange Hawkweed

Photo courtesy of: UAF Cooperative Extension Archive, University of Alaska - Fairbanks

 European Bird Cherry

European Bird Cherry

Photo courtesy of: Michael Shephard, USDA Forest Service

 Birch Vetch

Bird Vetch

Photo courtesy of: Alaska Department of Natural Resources, Plant Materials Center

 White Sweet Clover

White Sweet Clover

Photo courtesy of: Alaska Natural Heritage Program

 

High Priority Aquatic Invasive Species in Alaska

PhotoWeed Common Name
Holding Elodea

Elodea

Photo courtesy of: BLM Alaska

 Man holding Didymo

Didymo

Photo courtesy of: Trout Unlimited


 Alaska Natural Heritage Program Weed Map

Five high priority weeds and their locations marked.

Alaska High Priority Weed Map with locations of observed weed locations

Go to the Alaska Natural Heritage Program Plant portal: http://aknhp.uaa.alaska.edu/maps/akepic/