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252. Invasive Species – The Aliens are Coming

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In this Geography Factsheet you will find:
• Definitions of invasive species.
• Nature of introductions.
• Case Study: Introduction of Nile Perch and Water Hyacinth to Lake Victoria.
• Case Study: The Sorry Saga of the Cane Toad.
• Case Study: Africanised bees in South and Central America – Killer bees.
• Case Study: Zebra mussels.
• Case Study: The Galapagos.
• Case Study: Japanese Knotweed – eradication.

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January 2010

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ISSN: 1351-5136

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