Celebrate Florida Wildflower Day and learn about wildflowers, the pollinators that need them, and how to make your yard friendly for native plants.
Don’t let this plant’s beauty fool you! Water hyacinth, or Pontederia/Eichhornia crassipes, is a Category 1 Invasive in Florida and is currently wreaking havoc on freshwater ecosystems all across the state.
What’s going on? Invasive species tend to make Florida their home due to the state’s warm and hospitable climate. Not … Continued
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The new bill was introduced to the U.S. Senate to identify and control invasive species in the Everglades.
Invasive species compete with native animals and plants for resources like food and habitat, often upsetting the balance of natural ecosystems.
Check out the bills that represent a few of Florida’s most iconic critters – and what experts have to say about them.
With the Burmese python being well-established in Florida, researchers are hoping their new innovative camera can help control the population.
Ants offer a window into the scale of the invasive species problem and Florida hosts 12 of the worst invasive ant species worldwide.
Citizen scientists can help collect data for Lucky’s School of Ants program, which displays exotic ant species via an interactive map.