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0 0 Himalayan Balsam

Himalayan Balsam

by XinxinNorth Vancouver District, British Columbia, Canada

0 0 Garlic mustard

Garlic mustard

by glenn.nelson0117Allentown, Pennsylvania, USA


0 0 Verbena


by julesOrlando, Florida, USA


0 0 Phragmites


by coyoteowlwomanParole, Maryland, USA

Eastern coastal wetland, invasive

0 0 Brown Marmorated Stink Bug

Brown Marmorated Stink Bug

by CynthiaMHoriMichigan, USA

another invasive

0 0 Barnyard Grass

Barnyard Grass

by NickSickenChesterfield Township, Michigan, USA


2 4 European paperwasp

European paperwasp

by CynthiaMHoriMichigan, USA

Another nasty invasive

0 0 Multiflora rose

Multiflora rose

by btlounsburyDistrict of Columbia, USA


1 0 Bullfrog


by Kat VHOregon, USA

An invasive

0 0 Eastern Lubber Grasshopper

Eastern Lubber Grasshopper

by TokioFlorida, USA


0 2 Brown Anole

Brown Anole

by TokioStuart, Florida, USA

Common lizard.

0 5 Field Bindweed

Field Bindweed

by landonqIowa, USA


4 4 Asian House Gecko

Asian House Gecko

by ScottHarteTownsville, Queensland, Australia

0 0 Japanese Stiltgrass

Japanese Stiltgrass

by CloudDwellerPennsylvania, USA


1 1 Hysteria


by JamesHartNorth Carolina, USA

Some Asian invasive

0 2 Deep rooted sedge

Deep rooted sedge

by MaryPattersonTexas, USA

Deep rooted sedge

1 0 Garlic mustard

Garlic mustard

by KatieMulverhillNew York, USA


0 0 Garlic Mustard

Garlic Mustard

by BasimaJoliet, Illinois, USA


0 0 Garlic Mustard

Garlic Mustard

by MelodyJTOntario, Canada

An invasive

0 0 Purple Loosestrife

Purple Loosestrife

by JoAnneDavisFranklin, Indiana, USA

Invasive exotic

0 0 Zebra Mussel

Zebra Mussel

by JoAnneDavisLawrence, Indiana, USA


0 0 Harlequin Ladybird

Harlequin Ladybird

by pedrolocoEngland, United Kingdom

2 1 Blue Tilapia

Blue Tilapia

by MitchRaySan Marcos, Texas, USA


1 1 Mimosa


by Daniel CoveyOklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA

0 0 dodder


by Joseph CHIEF REDEARTHUttarakhand, India

An invasive

1 0 european starling

european starling

by KarenSaxtonVictoria, Australia

a globally introduced invasive

0 0 Cuban tree frog

Cuban tree frog

by stephanierizzoFlorida, USA


3 1 Japanese Knotweed

Japanese Knotweed

by RebeccaStacyVeilleuxMassachusetts, USA


0 0 Cane Toad

Cane Toad

by ScottHarteAustralia

A huge cane toad found in the rainforest (

0 0 Air potato

Air potato

by DebLongLookabillCoral Gables, Florida, USA


1 1 multicolored Asian lady beetle

multicolored Asian lady beetle

by IoannisCachan, Île-de-France, Tromelin Island

Big coccinellid beetle. Invasive

1 0 Reed Canary Grass

Reed Canary Grass

by amymcpartlinRoseville, Minnesota, USA

Invasive wetland grass

3 1 Watersipora


by Max GallagherBlenheim, New Zealand

Invasive marine

1 1 Japanese Knotweed

Japanese Knotweed

by DannyRowsonManchester, England, United Kingdom


0 0 Himalayan Balsam

Himalayan Balsam

by DannyRowsonManchester, England, United Kingdom


0 0 Japanese Beetle

Japanese Beetle

by LatimeriaMarietta, Ohio, USA

The white tufts of hair on its abdomen give this beetle away.

0 0 Teasel


by LatimeriaLowell, Ohio, USA

Possibly Common Teasel (Dipsacus sylvestris), an

10 5 Brown Anole

Brown Anole

by JosephSpurrFort Myers, Florida, USA


1 0 Lion Fish

Lion Fish

by ZhuraviLorenzoPuerto Rico, Puerto Rico

It is a invasive

1 0 cuban knight anole

cuban knight anole

by jamiewgoodspeedFlorida, USA

had to climb a tree to get this one they are the coolest

0 0 Italian wall lizard

Italian wall lizard

by leslie.hargerTopeka, Kansas


0 2 Quagga mussels

Quagga mussels

by peterOntario, Canada


0 4 Spotting


by Nicholas PellizzariMassachusetts, USA

I'm worried this is an invasive

1 0 Colmilleja


by AdriTui, Galicia, Spain

An invasive

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