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What is an Invasive Species?

An Invasive Species is an organism or population that is non-native to an ecosystem and whose introduction causes or is likely to cause harm to humans or the environment. Unlike native species, which have formed complex relationships within the local ecosystem, invasive species lack natural controls, allowing them to invade and destroy natural habitats. Natural Biodiversity has created several resources in which to educate the populous on this issue, which are provided on this website.

For BioBullies education curriculum
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For BioBullies invasive species information sheets
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For a printable Asian Longhorned Beetle Pocket Field Guide,
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