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0 0 Barberry

Barberry

by JessicaGuntzvillerHamburg Township, Michigan

Invasive

0 0 Spotting

Spotting

by GeniaFLouisiana, USA

Invasive vine

0 0 Japanese stiltgrass

Japanese stiltgrass

by sspizzirri

Invasive to this region.

1 5 Spotting

Spotting

by AndresDuarte

Very prolific and maybe invasive groundcover

0 0 Himalayan Balsam

Himalayan Balsam

by XinxinNorth Vancouver District, British Columbia, Canada

0 2 Siam Weed

Siam Weed

by ScottHarte4854, Queensland, Australia

An invasive weed found in Australia

0 0 Velvetleaf

Velvetleaf

by KristalWatrousCollege township, Pennsylvania, USA

Invasive weed.

0 0 Yellow flag iris

Yellow flag iris

by MattRittenhouseManchester, New Hampshire, USA

Invasive

0 0 Garlic mustard

Garlic mustard

by glenn.nelson0117Allentown, Pennsylvania, USA

Invasive specie

1 1 Kudzu

Kudzu

by BerrianA.HobbyIVAtlanta, Georgia, USA

0 0 Black swallow wort

Black swallow wort

by TRITEC_SLCMassachusetts, USA

Invasive vine

1 0 Reed Canary Grass

Reed Canary Grass

by amymcpartlinRoseville, Minnesota, USA

Invasive wetland grass

0 0 Japanese barberry

Japanese barberry

by EliseCohenMaryland, USA

A very invasive shrub in this area.

0 0 Myrtle spurge

Myrtle spurge

by lehiteSalem, Utah, USA

Invasive

0 0 Buckthorn

Buckthorn

by naturalist.charlieBurlington, Vermont, USA

Shrub

0 0 Knotweed

Knotweed

by ChristySalmonsonFridley, Minnesota, USA

Invasive

0 0 Spotting

Spotting

by AntónioGinjaGinjaPortugal

Spotted in the PNPGerês.I think is a

0 0 Yellow Sweet Clover

Yellow Sweet Clover

by David SchoenknechtIllinois, USA

Invasive prairie

0 0 Spotting

Spotting

by jusychenHonolulu, Hawaii, USA

Wild invasive

0 2 Spotting

Spotting

by jusychenHonolulu, Hawaii, USA

Wild invasive

1 3 Ice Plant

Ice Plant

by Emma California, USA

invasive succulent.

2 0 Phragmites

Phragmites

by ErinCooneyMaryland, USA

An invasive

6 1 wooden rose

wooden rose

by lauret.thierry.5Saint-Benoît, La Réunion, Reunion

1 1 Mexican Poppy

Mexican Poppy

by Dhruv SahHaryana, India

Invasive

0 0 Bull thistle

Bull thistle

by Jenna4NYC, New York, USA

1 0 Spotting

Spotting

by rosine.kabreNouvelle-Aquitaine, France

Very invasive yellow

1 6 Grass

Grass

by CindyBinghamKeiserEscondido, California, USA

Tall invasive green grass

0 0 Bitter Sweet

Bitter Sweet

by chebeague3Maine, USA

It was killing all the trees! It is invasive

3 1 Japanese Knotweed

Japanese Knotweed

by RebeccaStacyVeilleuxMassachusetts, USA

Invasive species.

0 0 Air potato

Air potato

by DebLongLookabillCoral Gables, Florida, USA

Invasive species

0 1 Invasive fast growing vine.

Invasive fast growing vine.

by tyork39Dallas, Texas, USA

Vary invasive vine. How to kill?

0 0 Verbena

Verbena

by julesOrlando, Florida, USA

Invasive species?

0 0 Phragmites

Phragmites

by coyoteowlwomanParole, Maryland, USA

Eastern coastal wetland, invasive species ...

0 0 Ranunculus ficaria

Ranunculus ficaria

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia, USA

Lesser celandine

0 0 Ranunculus ficaria

Ranunculus ficaria

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia, USA

Lesser celandine

0 0 Buckthorn

Buckthorn

by naturalist.charlieMiddlebury, Vermont, USA

Shrub

0 0 Phragmites

Phragmites

by naturalist.charlieBurlington, Vermont, USA

Reed/large grass

0 0 Multiflora rose

Multiflora rose

by DavidMaine, USA

Rose hips from a widespread invasive.

0 0 Canada Goldenrod

Canada Goldenrod

by invasivoreSouth Bend, Indiana, USA

0 0 Burning bush

Burning bush

by DavidMaine, USA

Invasive shrub

0 0 Barnyard Grass

Barnyard Grass

by NickSickenChesterfield Township, Michigan, USA

Invasive species

0 0 Purple loosestrife

Purple loosestrife

by HollyAnnTaylorLyndon Township, Michigan, USA

Invasive but pretty

1 1 Spotting

Spotting

by sid.tbmsSanta Cruz, California, USA

Bamboo-like

0 1 Spotting

Spotting

by cfurniss.cDeLand, Florida, USA

Non-native invasive

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