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INVASIVE ALIEN SPECIES. Plants introduced from other countries that ENDANGER our biodiversity are referred to as invasive alien species (IAS). These are some IAS now in Jamaica. Photo by: Aisha Bailey. Photo by: Karen McIntyre. African Tulip Tree. Wild Hops. Photo by: Sean Townsend.

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INVASIVE ALIEN SPECIES

Plants introduced from other countries that ENDANGERour biodiversity are referred to as invasive alien species (IAS). These are some IAS now in Jamaica.

Photo by: Aisha Bailey

Photo by: Karen McIntyre

African Tulip Tree

Wild Hops

Photo by: Sean Townsend

Photo by: Dayne Buddo

Strawberry Guava

Mock Orange

The list above is not exhaustive and there may be more IAS present in Jamaica.

Natural History Division

Institute of Jamaica

10-16 East Street

Kingston

Jamaica

Phone: (876) 922 0620-6

E-mail: [email protected]

Website:www.jamaicachm.org.jm

Photo by: Sean Townsend

Photo by: Aisha Bailey

Scratch Coco

Bamboo

The Institute of Jamaica is an agent of the Ministry of Tourism, Entertainment and Culture.


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INVASIVE ALIEN SPECIES

Animals introduced from other countries that ENDANGERour biodiversity are referred to as invasive alien species (IAS). These are some IAS now in Jamaica.

Photo by: Elizabeth Morrison

Photo by: Aisha Bailey

Red-Eared Slider

Wolf Cichlid

Photo by: Davidson University

Photo by: Sean Townsend

Photo by: Aisha Bailey

Suckermouth Catfish

Bull Frog

The list above is not exhaustive and there may be more invasive alien animals present in Jamaica.

Natural History Division

Institute of Jamaica

10-16 East Street

Kingston

Jamaica

Phone: (876) 922 0620-6

E-mail: [email protected]

Website:www.jamaicachm.org.jm

Photo by: Batraciens-reptiles.com

Photo by: Sean Townsend

Photo by: USGS

Photo by: Aisha Bailey

Green Mussel

Feral Pig

The Institute of Jamaica is an agent of the Ministry of Tourism, Entertainment and Culture.


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