Lythrum salicaria
Lythrum salicaria
(purple loosestrife)
Plants
Exotic

6 results for Lythrum salicaria (purple loosestrife)

Impact ID Scientific Name Impact Type Study Type Study Location Impact Description Reference
3477 Lythrum salicaria Competition Experimental Field Presence of Lythrum salicaria did not have a have a strong impact on the reproduction or abundance... 33991
3478 Lythrum salicaria Competition Experimental Field Presence of Lythrum salicaria reduces mean seed number in Mimulus ringen fruits due to pollen loss... 33992
3479 Lythrum salicaria Habitat Alteration Observational Field Marsh wren and red-winged blackbird abundances were negatively correlated with Lythrum salicaria... 33993
3480 Lythrum salicaria Competition Experimental Field Lythrum salicaria outcompeted Typha latifolia under both shaded and unshaded conditions... 33994
3882 Lythrum salicaria Competition Anecdotal N/A Lythrum salicaria & Typha angustifolia directly compete for resources 13595
4611 Lythrum salicaria Habitat Alteration Observational Field Lythrum salicaria introduction in associated with a loss of diversity in moths 33034

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