Invasive purple loosestrife (Photo by Mike Dembeck)

Invasive purple loosestrife (Photo by Mike Dembeck)

Invasive Species Gallery

  • Woodland angelica (Photo by Wikimedia Commons)
    Woodland angelica

    Woodland angelica may seem quite similar to queen-Anne's lace, but beware: it's actually a member of the celery family and a serious invader of wooded edges and moist open areas in New Brunswick.

  • Yellow flag iris (Photo from Wikimedia Commons)
    Yellow iris

    Yellow iris is an invasive species that poses a great threat to fragile wetland ecosystems.

  • Zebra mussel (Photo by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency)
    Zebra mussel

    Zebra mussels are freshwater mussels measuring around 2.5 centimetres long on average, but can grow up to four centimetres. They are an invasive species that has spread from their native Black Sea region of eastern Europe and western Asia waters to Canada.

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