Queen of the night | Cereus jamacaru   There is a biological agent to combat this invader.

Invasive Species South Africa - Protecting Biodiversity from Invasion - Queen of the night

Purple morning glory | Ipomoea indica

Invasive Species South Africa - Protecting Biodiversity from Invasion - Morning glory

Orchid tree | Bauhinia variegata   So beautiful, but spreads tenaciously

Invasive Species South Africa - Protecting Biodiversity from Invasion - Orchid tree

Moth catcher | Araujia serifera

Invasive Species South Africa - Protecting Biodiversity from Invasion - Moth catcher

Japanese wax-leaved privet | Ligustrum japonicum

Invasive Species South Africa - Protecting Biodiversity from Invasion - Japanese wax-leaved privet

Sisal | Agave sisalana  - often used to a security barrier but it is a classified invader.

Invasive Species South Africa - Protecting Biodiversity from Invasion - Sisal

Formosa lily | Lilium formosanum

Invasive Species South Africa - Protecting Biodiversity from Invasion - Formosa lily

Lantana | Lantana camara   Equisitely beautiful - and dangerous to livestock!

Invasive Species South Africa - Protecting Biodiversity from Invasion - Lantana

Balloon vine | Cardiospermum grandiflorum

Invasive Species South Africa - Protecting Biodiversity from Invasion - Balloon vine

Syringa | Melia azedarach . Spreads far and wide, Re-growth is a problem too.

Invasive Species South Africa - Protecting Biodiversity from Invasion - Syringa

Pom pom weed | Campuloclinium macrocephalum  A serious problem in grassland.  Expensive to control and exponentially worse each year that it is not treated

Invasive Species South Africa - Protecting Biodiversity from Invasion - Pom pom weed

Bloodberry | Rivina humilis

Invasive Species South Africa - Protecting Biodiversity from Invasion - Bloodberry

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