Hawaiʻi's Invasive Species: A Guide to Invasive Plants and Animals in the Hawaiian Islands
George Staples, Robert H. Cowie
Mutual Pub., 2001 - Nature - 114 pages
Describes the causes and consequences of the introduction of invasive alien species of plants and animals to Hawaii.
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Guide to HawaiYs Invasive Species
Amphibians and Reptiles
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Accidentally adult alien plants aquatic areas arthropods become established biocontrol Bishop Museum brown catfish cichlids crops crustaceans damage Date of introduction diseases Distribution eats ecosystems elevation Englund and David environment Environmental eradicate flowers French Frigate Shoals freshwater fruit garden grass Habitat Hawai'i Hawaii Biological Survey Hawaii Department Hawaiian Islands Midway highly invasive Honolulu Human health Identification hints impacts unknown insects Intentionally introduced invasive alien species invasive plant invasive species invertebrates Kaho'olawe Kaua'i Lana'i large numbers larvae leaf length lowland marine Maui Moloka'i mosquitoes native birds native forest native Hawaiian native plants native species Ni'ihau Northwestern Hawaiian Islands O'ahu Origin ornamental parasite pets pigs plants and animals ponds predator Preston Problems caused red-vented bulbul research needed Ronald Rose-ringed parakeet seaweeds seeds shrimp slugs snails soil spread Staples stems strawberry guava streams termite tree fern tropical weeds Widespread width