Field ID Guides/Cards on Invasive Species

Invasive Species February 08, 2012 Print Friendly and PDF

 Identification cards are designed to be used for identifying invasive species in the field. They are usually smaller than 8 in. X 11 in. to make them easier to use. Some websites have cards you can order or pdf versions you can download directly. Most of the cards listed here are free to download and print. You can cover them with a water proof laminate or a clear plastic sleeve (a small photograph book would work) to make them more user friendly in the field.  

ID Cards - National Wildlife Refuge System Early Detection Network for New England

Exotic Invasive Species ID Cards - The University of Minnesota Sea Grant

Recognition Cards: Invasive and Non-native Plants  - University of Florida IFAS Extension 

ID Cards for Established Aquatic Invasive Species - Massachusetts Office of Coastal Zone Management

Marine IS ID Cards - Salem Sound Coastwatch

Potential Marine Invaders ID Cards - Salem Sound Coastwatch

Online Guide to Aquatic Invasive Species in Northeastern North America- Northeast ANS Panel

Identification Resources (Insects, Marine and Fish) - Maine Invasive Species Network, University of Maine

Identification Resources (Terrestrial/Aquatic Plants)- Maine Invasive Species Network, University of Maine

 

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