Acer negundo in Netherlands

Species name:Acer negundo
Common names:Vederesdoorn
Habitats:Riparian zones, Urban areas
Time of introduction:1809
Year of first report:
Type of introduction:Intentional
Distribution details:East North America
Donor area:Germany
Invasiveness:Potentially invasive
Impact:Competition, Human health
Comments:Riverine forests along the river Rhine in Germany, where this species is established, were the source of the young tree's along Neder-Rijn en Waal in the Netherlands
Last updated11-03-2013 (day-month-year)
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