Tag Archive: Invaders

NISAW 2017: Fungal Pathogen Invaders

Special Guest Blogger – Lorraine Ketzler, Biological Science Technician with US Fish and Wildlife Service There have been several fungal invaders entering and spreading within the US in recent years and I’d like to draw attention to four of them: Eastern red bats being surveyed for White-nose Syndrome at Talladega National Forest, AL. Photo credit: …

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“Digital Devices Transform Couch Potatoes into Air Potato Destroyers – Use Your Phone to Help Manage Florida Invaders”

Map and identify invasives with “IveGot1″ Digital devices have proliferated like kudzu in July, and new user applications for these devices are as common as armadillos. Untold hours and dollars are being spent by couch potatoes to defend artificial worlds from dragons, zombies and other imaginary invaders. Meanwhile, real exotic aliens from air potatoes to …

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Permanent link to this article: http://franklin.ifas.ufl.edu/blog/2014/06/12/digital-devices-transform-couch-potatoes-into-air-potato-destroyers-use-your-phone-to-help-manage-florida-invaders/

Wildlife Flourishes in Florida’s Summer! But Watch for Invaders Too!

Summer is a time to bask in the sunshine for many of Florida’s wildlife species. Each of Florida’s seasons are characterized by a variety of amazing and beautiful wildlife activities.  Below is a list of some notable native wildlife behaviors occurring in July and August around the state.  July Birds Shorebird migration starts in mid-July, …

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Permanent link to this article: http://franklin.ifas.ufl.edu/blog/2013/11/11/wildlife-flourishes-in-floridas-summer-but-watch-for-invaders-too/