Prioritised list of invasive alien species threatening the UK's environment urged

More species urgently need to be considered for inclusion on the EU's 'List of Invasive Alien Species of Union Concern', a new study published on 3 October 2017 in the Journal of Applied Ecology has said.

by Matthew Appleby
Parc National de Port-Cross, France completely covered with Hottentot Fig, Carpobrotus edulis - copyright Carles Carboneras, Birdlife
Parc National de Port-Cross, France completely covered with Hottentot Fig, Carpobrotus edulis - copyright Carles Carboneras, Birdlife

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