Amaranthus albus in Ireland

Species name:Amaranthus albus
Family:Amaranthaceae
Group:Angiosperms
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Habitats:Agricultural areas, Disturbed areas
Time of introduction:
Year of first report:1904
Type of introduction:Unintentional
Distribution details:North America, widespread throughout
Donor area:
Status:Established
Frequency:Rare
Invasiveness:Not invasive
Impact:Not known
Comments:
Last updated16-05-2011 (day-month-year)
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References:
  • J.M. Caffrey, B. Hayden and T. Walsh. (2007) Dace (leuciscus leuciscus L.): an Invasive Fish Species in Ireland. Irish Freshwater Fisheries, Ecology and Management. No. 5. Central Fisheries Board, Dublin, Ireland.
  • NOBANIS – Invasive Alien Species Fact Sheets. From: Online Database of the North European and Baltic Network on Invasive Alien Species – NOBANIS www.nobanis.org.
  • Reynolds, S.C.P. (2000). A catalogue of alien plants in Ireland. National Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin, Ireland.
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