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Establishment of more invasive species a concern for UGA experts

By Sharon Dowdy, Clint Thompson, University of Georgia

Over the next 10 years, the number of cargo containers operating out of the Port of Savannah, Georgia, is expected to double. While additional cargo means increased revenue for the state, Chuck Bargeron, associate director of the University of Georgia Center for Invasive Species and Ecosystem Health, is concerned it could also lead to the establishment of more invasive species.

The center has identified more than 2,900 different species of wildlife, plants and insects that are present in, but not native to, North America. Many of those species come from Asia, where the ships that deliver cargo to the Port of Savannah originate. Continue reading

Bugwood Network makes it easier to use images from their database

If you’ve used Bugwood Network before to download photos to use in publications, websites or other applications, you’ll be pleased to know that they have recently revised their image site to make it more adaptable to a variety of uses. If you’ve never used any of their images, this free database containing thousands of images is definitely worth checking out.

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Apps help identify invasive pests

by Clint Thompson, news editor with the UGA College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences

Is there an unwanted invasive insect or plant on your farm or in your garden that you don’t recognize? The University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences has an app for that.

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