National list of naturalised invasive and potentially invasive garden plants – WWF-Australia

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A list of over 1,000 garden plants that are invasive and potentially invasive classified according to their national importance:

  • Naturalised garden plants on Northern Australia Quarantine Strategy (NAQS) list.
  • Naturalised garden plants on the National Environmental Alert list.
  • Naturalised non-native garden plants target for national eradication and impacting natural ecosystems.
  • Naturalised non-native garden plants target for national eradication and impacting agricultural ecosystems for eradication or being eradicated at present.
  • Naturalised non-native garden plants target for national eradication and impacting agricultural ecosystems recommended for eradication.
  • Naturalised garden plants on the ‘Weeds of National Significance’ (WONS) list.

Categories for assessing the status were based on Groves 2003.

The list was published by WWF-Australia May 2004, version 1.1.

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