I was perusing through some past MIT test for invasive, and I saw that a lot of their questions pertained to general invasive ecology questions and to highly specific aspects of some of the species. Considering that my team will be attending the MIT Invitational for the first time this January, does anyone know what are some good resources to obtain good info on invasive species? Currently, I'm using the Global Invasive Species Database and NISIC.
Hi BrS, I personally like the Invasive Species Database
at CABI. For invertebrates, the Entomology Dept.
at University of Florida is really good. For plants, I like the Plants Profile at USDA
for maps, legal status, and pictures. And basically any other government or university publications are usually good, trustworthy sources.
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