Rod randall’s weed list from The Nature Conservancy’s Wildland Invasive Species Team




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Ambrosia,var. texana, ,blood ragweed,,,,”Source:

“USA Composite List of Weeds” published by WSSA WEEDS 14:

347-386, 1966”,,WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966

Ammobium,alatum,,,,N,,,,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious

Taxa

Anacyclus,clavatus, ,,,,,A. tomentosus,Southern Europe,Hanf



“Arable Weeds of the World”

Anacyclus,clavatus,Compositae ,,,,,A. tomentosus,Southern

Europe,Hanf “Arable Weeds of the World”

Anacyclus,radiatus,,,,,,,,Australian Naturalised and/or

Noxious Taxa

Anacyclus,radiatus, ,,,,,A. pallescens,Southern Europe,Hanf

“Arable Weeds of the World”

Anacyclus,radiatus, ,,,,,,,Weed Science List

Anaphalis,margaritacea, ,Pearly everlasting,,,,germs in

4-12days in constant light at 20-25C ,,Germination & Establishment of

Weeds for Experimental Purposes

Anaphalis,margaritacea, ,pearly everlasting,,,,”Source: “USA

Composite List of Weeds” published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386,

1966”,,WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966

Anaphalis,margaritacea, ,Pearly everlasting,,P,,”germs in

4-12days in constant light at 20-25C In the WSSA weed List, the

Germination of Weeds for experimental purposes and Holmes Geog Atlas of

Weeds.”,,Western Australian Prohibited List

Antennaria,neglecta, ,field pussytoes,,,,”Source:

“USA Composite List of Weeds” published by WSSA WEEDS 14:

347-386, 1966”,,WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966

Antennaria,neodioica, ,Common pussytoes,,,,”high germ in

glasshouse after 3mths dry storage, 13 -90 days after

planting”,,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental

Purposes

Antennaria,neodioica, ,common pussytoes,,,,”Source:

“USA Composite List of Weeds” published by WSSA WEEDS 14:

347-386, 1966”,,WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966

Antennaria,parvifolia, ,,,,,64% germ on filter paper in Petri

dishes at 18C in constant darkness; max germ in 6 days; no dormancy

,,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes

Antennaria,plantaginifolia, ,plantainleaf

pussytoes,,,,”Source: “USA Composite List of Weeds”

published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966”,,WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966

Antennaria,rosea, ,,,,,94% germ on filter paper in Petri

dishes at 18C in constant darkness; max germ in 15 days,,Germination

& Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes

Anthemis,altissima, ,,,,,”A. cota, Cota

altissima”,Southern Europe,Hanf “Arable Weeds of the

World”


Anthemis,altissima,Compositae ,,,,,”A. cota, Cota

altissima”,Southern Europe,Hanf “Arable Weeds of the

World”

Anthemis,arvensis,,,,NP,,,,Australian Naturalised and/or



Noxious Taxa

Anthemis,arvensis, ,Corn chamomile,,,,”optimum germ temp

13C, but alternating temps of 10-25C produce same germ

%”,,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental

Purposes

Anthemis,arvensis, ,Corn Chamomile,,,,,All Europe,Hanf

“Arable Weeds of the World”

Anthemis,arvensis, ,,,,,,,Weed Science List

Anthemis,arvensis, ,corn chamomile,,,,”Source: “USA

Composite List of Weeds” published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386,

1966”,,WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966

Anthemis,arvensis, ,,,P,,,,Western Australian Prohibited List

Anthemis,austriaca, ,Austrian Chamomile,,,,A. cotiformis,SEast

Europe and Italy,Hanf “Arable Weeds of the World”

Anthemis,austriaca,Compositae ,Austrian Chamomile,,,,A.

cotiformis,SEast Europe and Italy,Hanf “Arable Weeds of the

World”

Anthemis,cotula,Maruta cotula,”stinking mayweed,



dillweed, dog's camomile, dog-daisy, dog fennel, mather, mayweed,

stinking chamomile”,X,NL,Tas,,,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious

Taxa

Anthemis,cotula, ,Mayweed,,,,”alternating temps &



light of 68F dark, 86F light best results”,,Germination &

Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes

Anthemis,cotula, ,Stinking Mayweed,,,,,All Europe,Hanf

“Arable Weeds of the World”

Anthemis,cotula, Maruta cotula,”stinking mayweed, dillweed,

dog's camomile, dog-daisy, dog fennel, mather, mayweed, stinking

chamomile”,,,,”long history as a problem weed esp. in cereal

crops in Eur, Arg, NZ & parts of USA & also invades pastures;

taints milk, butter & meat; prolonged contact with flower heads &

fruit is reputed to cause dermatitis & blister the

skin”,”native of Medit region, but now extends throughout Eur

from S Norway, Sweden & Finland south to the Canary Is & the

Atlas Mountains in N Afr, Egypt, & W Asia; introd & common in

Canada, USA, S Afr, NZ & Aust scattered through coastal &

tableland NSW & ext”,”Noxious Weeds of Australia, P &

C”

Anthemis,cotula, ,stinking mayweed,,,,,,Weed Science List



Anthemis,cotula, ,,,,, , Okayama ,Weeds and Weed Control in

Asia


Anthemis,cotula, ,mayweed,,,,”Source: “USA Composite

List of Weeds” published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966”,,WSSA

WEEDS 14: 1966

Anthemis,pseudocotula,syn ,,,,,”fields,

roadsides”“Flower heads used as a bacteriostat, antifungal,

antitumor, & antidiabetic”““,”E. Medit, W

Asia”,”The Weed Flora of Egypt Boulos, L., & Nabil

el-Hadidi, M”

Anthemis,ruthenica, ,,,,,A. neilreichii,SE to Eastern

Europe,Hanf “Arable Weeds of the World”

Anthemis,ruthenica,Compositae ,,,,,A. neilreichii,SE to

Eastern Europe,Hanf “Arable Weeds of the World”

Anthemis,segetalis, ,,,,,”A. brachycentros, A.

pseudocota”,Italy & Greece,Hanf “Arable Weeds of the

World”

Anthemis,segetalis,Compositae ,,,,,”A. brachycentros, A.



pseudocota”,Italy & Greece,Hanf “Arable Weeds of the

World”


Anthemis,tinctoria,,,,N,,,,Australian Naturalised and/or

Noxious Taxa

Anthemis,tinctoria, ,Yellow chamomile,,,,seeds germ well

immediately after ripening in bright daylight at constant temp of 20-22C

or 30C; 76% germ of seed stored for 1 yr & 40% germ of seed stored

for 4yrs,,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental

Purposes

Anthemis,tinctoria, ,Yellow Chamomile,,,,Cota

tinctoria,”All Europe, except W France, Spain, Portugal &

Eire”,Hanf “Arable Weeds of the World”

Anthemis,tinctoria, ,,,,,,,Weed Science List

Anthemis,tinctoria, ,yellow chamomile,,,,”Source:

“USA Composite List of Weeds” published by WSSA WEEDS 14:

347-386, 1966”,,WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966

Arcotheca,calendula, ,Capeweed,,,,”Dispersal: Wind. Life

Form: Annual. RISK: Serious threat to one or vegetation formations

(Victoria). Vegetation Formations Invaded: 1,2,3,4,5”,”S Af, In

Victoria: Widespread, medium to large populations”,Environmental

Weed Invasions In Victoria

Arctium,lappa,,,,N,,,,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious

Taxa

Arctium,lappa, ,Great burdock,,,,”alternating temp (20C,



16hr & 30C, 8hr), thiourea application (0.1% to 0.5%), presoaking (2-24hr),

conc. H2SO4 treatment 10min, & partial removal of seed coat produces

high germ % in light”,,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for

Experimental Purposes

Arctium,lappa, ,Greater Burdock,,,,”A. majus, A. chaorum,

Lappa major, L. officinalis”,All Europe,Hanf “Arable Weeds of

the World”

Arctium,lappa, ,,,,,,,Weed Science List

Arctium,lappa, ,great burdock,,,,”Source: “USA

Composite List of Weeds” published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386,

1966”,,WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966

Arctium,minus,,,,N,,,,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious

Taxa

Arctium,minus, ,Common burdock,,,,light & alternating temp



20-30C high germ %,,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for

Experimental Purposes

Arctium,minus, ,Lesser Burdock,,,,Lappa minor,All Europe,Hanf

“Arable Weeds of the World”

Arctium,minus, ,Common burdock ,,,,PRELIMINARY LIST OF PLANT

SPECIES OF CONCERN: Wildland weeds of lesser invasiveness,,Pacific

Northwest Exotic Pest Plant Council (Weed)

Arctium,minus, ,lesser burdock,,,,From lists and sources by

Faith Campbell and John Randall,,”Plant Invaders of Parks and

Natural Areas, US National Parks, weed”

Arctium,minus, ,,,,,,,Weed Science List

Arctium,minus, ,common burdock,,,,”Source: “USA

Composite List of Weeds” published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386,

1966”,,WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966

Arctium,tomentosum, ,Woolly Burdock,,,,”A. chabertii, A.

leptophyllum, Lappa tomentosa”,All Europe,Hanf “Arable Weeds of

the World”

Arctium,tomentosum,Compositae ,Woolly Burdock,,,,”A.

chabertii, A. leptophyllum, Lappa tomentosa”,All Europe,Hanf

“Arable Weeds of the World”

Arctium,tomentosum, ,cotton burdock,,,,”Source: “USA

Composite List of Weeds” published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386,

1966”,,WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966

Arctotheca,calendula,,Capeweed,HXXXX,N,,,,Australian

Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa

Arctotheca,calendula, ,”Capeweed, As Seed Or Fertile

Plants “,,,,”California Noxious Weed Control Projects Inventory

(CNWCPI) A combined government/private/non-profit effort to establish a

database, accessible through the Internet, containing information on

noxious weed control in California. This information will

f”,,Californian Noxious Weed

Arctotheca,calendula, ,Capeweed ,,,,”California Noxious

Weed Control Projects Inventory (CNWCPI) A combined

government/private/non-profit effort to establish a database, accessible

through the Internet, containing information on noxious weed control in California.

This information will f”,,Californian Noxious Weed

Arctotheca,calendula, ,Capeweed ,,,,diquat 1986 Australia

Alfalfa , http://www.pioneer.net/~heapian/ heapian@pioneer.net

1997,International Survey of Herbicide-Resistant Weeds. Ian Heap

Arctotheca,calendula, ,capeweed,,,,From lists and sources by

Faith Campbell and John Randall,,”Plant Invaders of Parks and

Natural Areas, US National Parks, weed”

Arctotheca,calendula, ,,,,,,,Weed Science List

Arctotheca,populifolia,,Beach Daisy,XXXX,,,,,Australian

Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa

Arctotheca,populifolia, ,,,,,,,Weed Science List

Arctotheca,prostrata,,Creeping Bears-ears,XX,,,,,Australian

Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa

Arctotheca,prostrata, ,,,,,,,Weed Science List

Arctotis,stoechadifolia,,,,N,,,,Australian Naturalised and/or

Noxious Taxa

Arctotis,venusta,,White Arctotis,X,N,,,,Australian Naturalised

and/or Noxious Taxa

Arctotis,venusta, ,White Arctotis,,,,Dispersal: ?Wind. Life

Form: Perennial herb. RISK: Potential threat to one or vegetation

formations (Victoria). Vegetation Formations Invaded: 1,”Introduced

deliberately from: S Af and Commercially Available, , In Victoria: Rare

or localised, small populations”,Environmental Weed Invasions In

Victoria

Arctotus,venusta, ,,,,,,,Weed Science List

Argyranthemum,foeniculaceum,Argyranthemum frutescens ssp.

foeniculaceum,,,,,,,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa

Argyranthemum,frutescens,Argyranthemum frutescens ssp.

foeniculaceum,,XX,,,,,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa

Argyranthemum,frutescens, ,,,,,,,Weed Science List

Arnica,fulgens, ,,,,,40% germ at 20C in darkness on moist

filter paper in Petri dishes; within 1 yr after seed collection

,,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental Purposes

Arnica,montana, ,,,,,seed germs immediately after

harvest,,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for Experimental

Purposes

Aroctheca,populifolia, ,Beach Daisy,,,,Dispersal: ?Wind. Life

Form: Perennial herb. RISK: Potential threat to one or vegetation

formations (Victoria). Vegetation Formations Invaded: 1,”S Af, In

Victoria: Rare or localised, small populations”,Environmental Weed

Invasions In Victoria

Aroctheca,prostrata, ,Creeping Bears-ears,,,,Dispersal: ?.

Life Form: Perennial herb. RISK: Not a threat (but may have a negative

visual impact). Vegetation Formations Invaded: 4,”S Af, In Victoria:

Rare or localised, small populations”,Environmental Weed Invasions

In Victoria

Artemisia,absinthium, ,,,,,Region of origin - Eur; Extent of

spread - localised; Means of spread - ornamental,,CRC for Weeds Tech

Series Report # 3

Artemisia,absinthium,,"Common Name(s): Absinth, Wormwood","Avail nurseries, Usage : Low Level Invasive , Additional Comments : Primarily a species of disturbed sites Perennial, 5-10 dm high, flowers yellow or purple disks, erect stems, leaves in clumps, silky-hoary, 2-3 pinnately parted parted ""","Eurasia. Habitat: Roadsides, waste places, farm yards, pastures"," INVASIVE PLANTS OF CANADA, Melinda Thompson Canadian Botanical Conservation Network, August 1997, weed"

Artemisia,absinthium,,wormwood absinth ,CLASS C WEED: Class C weeds are noxious weeds that are common throughout most of Washington. The following Class C weeds have been selected by the County Weed Board as priority weeds in King County and control is mandatory.,,Noxious Weeds in Washington State

Artemisia,absinthium, ,,,,,,,Weed Science List

Artemisia,absinthium,,”absinth wormwood, absinth

sagewort, wormwood”,XX,N,,,,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious

Taxa


Artemisia,absinthium, ,Absinth wormwood ,,,,PRELIMINARY LIST

OF PLANT SPECIES OF CONCERN: Wildland weeds of lesser

invasiveness,,Pacific Northwest Exotic Pest Plant Council (Weed)

Artemisia,absinthium, ,”wormwood, absinth

sagewort”,,,,From lists and sources by Faith Campbell and John

Randall,,”Plant Invaders of Parks and Natural Areas, US National

Parks, weed”

Artemisia,absinthium, ,absinth wormwood,,,,”Source:

“USA Composite List of Weeds” published by WSSA WEEDS 14:

347-386, 1966”,,WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966

Artemisia,annua, ,,,,,,Eastern Europe less in Central

Europe,Hanf “Arable Weeds of the World”

Artemisia,annua,Compositae ,,,,,,Eastern Europe less in

Central Europe,Hanf “Arable Weeds of the World”

Artemisia,annua, ,annual wormwood,,,,”Source: “USA

Composite List of Weeds” published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386,

1966”,,WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966

Artemisia,arborescens, ,,,,,,,Weed Science List

Artemisia,arborescens,,Silver Wormwood,X,,,,,Australian

Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa

Artemisia,arborescens, ,Silver Wormwood,,,,Dispersal: Wind.

Life Form: Small to medium shrub. RISK: Potential threat to one or

vegetation formations (Victoria). Vegetation Formations Invaded:

1,”Introduced deliberately from: S Eur and Commercially Available, ,

In Victoria: Rare or localised, small populations”,Environmental

Weed Invasions In Victoria

Artemisia,arbuscula, ,low sagebrush,,,,”Source: “USA

Composite List of Weeds” published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386,

1966”,,WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966

Artemisia,biennis, ,biennial wormwood,,,,”Source:

“USA Composite List of Weeds” published by WSSA WEEDS 14:

347-386, 1966”,,WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966

Artemisia,californica, ,California sagebrush,,,,”Source:

“USA Composite List of Weeds” published by WSSA WEEDS 14:

347-386, 1966”,,WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966

Artemisia,cana, ,silver sagebrush,,,,”Source: “USA

Composite List of Weeds” published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386,

1966”,,WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966

Artemisia,canariensis,,,,,,,,Australian Naturalised and/or

Noxious Taxa

Artemisia,filifolia, ,sand sagebrush,,,,”Source:

“USA Composite List of Weeds” published by WSSA WEEDS 14:

347-386, 1966”,,WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966

Artemisia,frigida, ,fringed sagebrush,,,,”Source:

“USA Composite List of Weeds” published by WSSA WEEDS 14:

347-386, 1966”,,WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966

Artemisia,incompta, ,,,,,alternative moistening & drying

of seed increases germ as c.f. seed kept moist continuously on filter

paper in Petri dishes at 22-29C ,,Germination & Establishment of Weeds

for Experimental Purposes

Artemisia,ludoviciana, ,,,,,”Region of origin - W USA,

Mexico; Extent of spread - destoryed ?; Means of spread -

ornamental”,,CRC for Weeds Tech Series Report # 3

Artemisia,ludoviciana,,,,N,,,,Australian Naturalised and/or

Noxious Taxa

Artemisia,ludoviciana, ,Louisiana wormwood,,,,”Source:

“USA Composite List of Weeds” published by WSSA WEEDS 14:

347-386, 1966”,,WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966

Artemisia,montana, ,,,,, , Hokkaido ,Weeds and Weed Control in

Asia


Artemisia,nova, ,black sagebrush,,,,”Source: “USA

Composite List of Weeds” published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386,

1966”,,WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966

Artemisia,princeps, ,ragweed,,,,,,Weed Science List

Artemisia,princeps, ,,,,,”perennial dominance,

sub-dominance “,Shimane Shizuoka Upland Korea Upland Japan Miyagi

Okayama ,Weeds and Weed Control in Asia

Artemisia,princeps, ,ragweed,,P,,,,Western Australian

Prohibited List

Artemisia,scoparia,,,,,,,,Australian Naturalised and/or

Noxious Taxa

Artemisia,suksdorfii, ,,,,,54% germ in constant darkness at

alternating temps of 20 & 30C,,Germination & Establishment of

Weeds for Experimental Purposes

Artemisia,tridentata, ,Big sagebrush,,,,light increases germ

with optimum temp of 70F,,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for

Experimental Purposes

Artemisia,tridentata, ,big sagebrush,,,,”Source:

“USA Composite List of Weeds” published by WSSA WEEDS 14:

347-386, 1966”,,WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966

Artemisia,tripartita, ,threetip sagebrush,,,,”Source:

“USA Composite List of Weeds” published by WSSA WEEDS 14:

347-386, 1966”,,WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966

Artemisia,var. gnaphalodes, ,prairie sage,,,,”Source:

“USA Composite List of Weeds” published by WSSA WEEDS 14:

347-386, 1966”,,WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966

Artemisia,verlotiorum, ,,,,,,,Weed Science List

Artemisia,verlotiorum,,Chinese Wormwood,H,,,,,Australian

Naturalised and/or Noxious Taxa

Artemisia,verlotiorum, ,Chinese Wormwood,,,,”Dispersal:

Water,Vegetative,Wind. Life Form: Perennial herb. RISK: Very serious

threat to one or vegetation formations (Victoria). Vegetation Formations

Invaded: 4,5,8”,”Introduced deliberately from: Eur, As, In

Victoria: Limited distribution, medium to large

populations”,Environmental Weed Invasions In Victoria

Artemisia,vulgaris, ,Mugwort,,,,”fresh seed; prechilling

for 10-40 days at 1C, then brief exposure to light & constant temp of

25C ; older seeds lose light requirement; vegetative propagation of

rhizomes also used”,,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for

Experimental Purposes

Artemisia,vulgaris, ,Mugwort,,,,,All Europe,Hanf “Arable

Weeds of the World”

Artemisia,vulgaris,Compositae ,Mugwort,,,,,All Europe,Hanf

“Arable Weeds of the World”

Artemisia,vulgaris, ,”common wormwood,

mugwort”,,,,From lists and sources by Faith Campbell and John

Randall,,”Plant Invaders of Parks and Natural Areas, US National

Parks, weed”

Artemisia,vulgaris, ,”motherwort, mugwort, green ginger,

mugweed, sailor's tobacco”,,,,Artemisa vulgaris is found in almost

all farming systems on all continents and most of the island chains. It

is reported in 25 crops in 56 countries.,origin uncertain,WORLD WEEDS

Natural Histories & Distribution - Holm et. al.

Artemisia,vulgaris, ,mugwort,,,,”Source: “USA

Composite List of Weeds” published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386,

1966”,,WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966

Artemisia,vulgaris,,mugwort,,,,”RANK 2. “SIGNIFICANT

THREAT”Exotic plant species which possess some invasive

characteristics, but have less impact on native plant communities; may

have the capacity to invade natural communities along disturbance

corridors, or to spread from stands in d”,,Invasive Exotic Pest

Plants in Tennessee

Aspilia,africana, ,,,,,,,Weed Science List

Aspilia,africana, ,,,P,,,,Western Australian Prohibited List

Aspilia,bupthalmiflora, ,,,,,,,Weed Science List

Aspilia,bupthalmiflora, ,,,P,,,,Western Australian Prohibited

List

Aster,acmellus,,,,N,,,,Australian Naturalised and/or Noxious



Taxa

Aster,ageratoides, ,,,,, , ,Weeds and Weed Control in Asia

Aster,ericoides, ,heath aster,,,,”Source: “USA

Composite List of Weeds” published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386,

1966”,,WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966

Aster,exilis, ,slender aster,,,,”Source: “USA

Composite List of Weeds” published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386,

1966”,,WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966

Aster,linariifolius, ,savoryleaf aster,,,,”Source:

“USA Composite List of Weeds” published by WSSA WEEDS 14:

347-386, 1966”,,WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966

Aster,novae-angliae, ,New England aster,,,,50% germ with cold

stratification for 71 days; germ over period of 14 to 28 days after

transfer to greenhouse,,Germination & Establishment of Weeds for

Experimental Purposes

Aster,novae-anglicae, ,New England aster,,,,”Source:

“USA Composite List of Weeds” published by WSSA WEEDS 14:

347-386, 1966”,,WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966

Aster,novi-belgii,,,,N,,,,Australian Naturalised and/or

Noxious Taxa

Aster,novi-belgii, ,,,,,,,Weed Science List

Aster,novi-belgii, ,New York aster,,,,”Source: “USA

Composite List of Weeds” published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386, 1966”,,WSSA

WEEDS 14: 1966

Aster,occidentalis, ,western aster,,,,”Source: “USA

Composite List of Weeds” published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386,

1966”,,WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966

Aster,parryi, ,woody aster,,,,”Source: “USA

Composite List of Weeds” published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386,

1966”,,WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966

Aster,pilosus, ,white heath aster,,,,”Source: “USA

Composite List of Weeds” published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386,

1966”,,WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966

Aster,puniceus, ,purplestem aster,,,,”Source: “USA

Composite List of Weeds” published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386,

1966”,,WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966

Aster,scaber, ,,,,, , Miyagi ,Weeds and Weed Control in Asia

Aster,simplex, ,white field aster,,,,”Source: “USA

Composite List of Weeds” published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386,

1966”,,WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966

Aster,spectabilis, ,showy aster,,,,”Source: “USA

Composite List of Weeds” published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386,

1966”,,WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966

Aster,spinosus, ,spiny aster,,,,”Source: “USA

Composite List of Weeds” published by WSSA WEEDS 14: 347-386,

1966”,,WSSA WEEDS 14: 1966

Aster,squamatus,syn Conyza squamata,,,,,”fields,

roadsides, gardens, waste ground, canal banks”“Recently

introduced into Egypt, now completely naturalised & one of most

widespread weeds in country”““,”C & S Amer;

naturalised in S Eur, Afr & many other regions of the

world”,”The Weed Flora of Egypt Boulos, L., & Nabil

el-Hadidi, M”

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