RMR557NJ–Alaska-Lupine, Alaskalupine, Lupinus nootkatensis, Nootka lupine, Nootka lupin, Blue Lupine
RMCNPF20–Giant African snails can reach up to 8 inches in length and nearly 5 inches in diameter—about the size of an average adult fist—and can live up to nine years. In a typical year, mated adults lay about 1,200 eggs. The invasive snails have recently invaded South Florida and eradication efforts are und
RFCYY8DB–Blooming Aloe - Aloe vera - and Ice plant - Carpobrotus edulis - exotics invading the wild portuguese coast
RMK2EPPT–Clumps of Spanish bluebell (Hyacinthoides hispanica), an invasive species in the UK, flowering on urban waste ground, Salisbury, UK, April.
RM2ETN0KP–On March 23, 2017, biology doctoral candidates Jesse Blanchard, left, and Vanessa Trujillo, right, capture exotic fish near Birdon Road as they survey the locations of exotics in the Everglades. (Photo by Carl Juste/Miami Herald/TNS) *** Please Use Credit from Credit Field ***
RFA4DBN4–Close up of a phragmite.
RM2C65XFB–Raccoon (Procyon lotor)
RFC4DM4E–The Canada Thistle is a familiar perennial in Montana.
RF2JA6JGW–Germinating lupine damaged by Delia florilega - bean seed maggot or turnip maggot in a farm field in the spring.
RFC3WDB9–The purple flower of a spotted knapweed (Centaurea maculosa). This noxious weed was found on Mt. Jumbo in Missoula, Montana.
RF2BNT7CC–Portrait of a dead Nutria or Coypu (Myocastor coypus) laying on the grass.
RF2G2XDY3–Japanese knotweed, Asian knotweed (Reynoutria japonica)
RMC09J4B–Wild Feathertop grass (Pennisetum villosum) growing in Mexico
RMC4DDWT–dead melaleuca trees in a South Florida wetland. Trees have been killed and are an invasive exotic in S FL
RMA3T8EJ–Empty zebra mussel shells cover the Lake Michigan shoreline at Seul Choix Point near Gulliver Michigan