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Links around the Web

USA Today: Invasive species are a blight on U.S. landscape
California's most wanted insects: A wanted poster for California's most wanted insects
USA Today: Customs acts as screen against potential eco-threats 
New York Times: "Waiter, there's soup in my bug"

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Video around the Web

CBS Evening News: CBS Evening News with Katie Couric

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Podcasts and Audio

Voice of Russia Radio (American Edition): American anti-terror measures prompt insects invasions 

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Mobile Apps on Invasive Species

What's invasive appWhat's Invasive! (free)
[iPhone][Android] The what's Invasive app displays local lists of top invasive plants and/or animals (with images and short descriptions to remind you of what they look like) that have been identified by the National Park Service or other invasive management authorities.

Calflora appCalflora Observer (free)
[iPhone][Android] The Calflora Observer is a smart phone app that allows you to quickly and efficiently report wild plant occurences. This application makes it easy for you to report the species name, date and location of over 10,000 California native and non-native plant taxa.

Invasive Plants appInvasive Plants in Southern Forests: Identification and Management (free)
[iPhone] This app provides information on accurate identification of the 56 nonnative plants and groups that are currently invading the forests of the 13 Southern States.


For more app suggestions, visit the USDA page on Invasive Species apps


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Mark Hoddle
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Tel: (951) 827-4714
E-mail: cisr@ucr.edu