Phragmites australis australis
Phragmites australis australis
(common reed)
Plants
Exotic

37 results for Phragmites australis australis (common reed)

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Impact ID Scientific Name Impact Type Study Type Study Location Impact Description Reference
4220 Phragmites australis australis Competition Observational Field Due to its competitive nature, Phragmites australis has replaced over 90% of... 23335
4221 Phragmites australis australis Habitat Alteration Observational Field Due to the tendency of Phragmites australis to replace Typha/Scirpus reed... 23335
4222 Phragmites australis australis Competition Observational Field Both density and frequency of submerged vascular plants (Ruppia maritima and... 23335
4223 Phragmites australis australis Habitat Alteration Anecdotal N/A It is suggested that the presence of Phragmites australis on creek banks and in marshes... 23335
4224 Phragmites australis australis Food Web Observational Field The replacement of Spartima by Phragmites australis in marshes of southern New... 20315
4225 Phragmites australis australis Food Web Anecdotal Field The replacement of Spartima by Phragmites australis in marshes of southern New... 20315
4226 Phragmites australis australis Habitat Alteration Observational Field The biomass of insects inhabiting Phragmites australis stands is high. 35919
4227 Phragmites australis australis Food Web Observational Field Phragmites australis traps sediment at high rates, magnifying a reduction in trophic... 35915
4228 Phragmites australis australis Competition Observational Field Phragmites autralis has replaced native Spartina-dominated stands in marshes with... 36124
4229 Phragmites australis australis Habitat Alteration Observational Field Due to its tendency to consume litter and peat, Phragmites australis-dominated sites... 36124
4230 Phragmites australis australis Human Health Observational Field The lack of water movement in Phragmites australis marshes provide optimum mosquito... 36124
4231 Phragmites australis australis Competition Observational Field Once introduced, Phragmites australis quickly outgrows native plant communities, changing... 30163
4232 Phragmites australis australis Habitat Alteration Observational Field Once introduced, Phragmites australis quickly outgrows native plant communities, changing... 30163
4242 Phragmites australis australis Other Anecdotal N/A The growth and establishment of Phragmites australis is associated with a perception of a... 35915
4246 Phragmites australis australis Commerce Observational Field Phragmites australis has been used as building material for rafts and houses and has also... 35916
4247 Phragmites australis australis Competition Anecdotal N/A Phragmites australis is considered a primary weed of rice, corn, and cotton in Russia... 28764
4248 Phragmites australis australis Navigation Anecdotal N/A Once established, Phragmites australis has has been known to obstruct views and blocks... 28764
4249 Phragmites australis australis Property Value Anecdotal N/A Once established, Phragmites australis has has been known to obstruct views and blocks... 28764
4250 Phragmites australis australis Habitat Alteration Observational Field The spread of Phragmites australis has limited and changed suitable nesting habitats of... 31633
4251 Phragmites australis australis Habitat Alteration Observational Field Phragmites australis has been shown to displace native species, including rushes, sedges... 27561
4252 Phragmites australis australis Property Value Observational Field Phragmites australis restricts shoreline views, which can decrease waterfront property... 27561
4253 Phragmites australis australis Other Observational Field Phragmites australis produces large amounts of dry biomass during its dormant season... 27561
4254 Phragmites australis australis Commerce Anecdotal N/A Phragmites australis is grown commercially and used to make cellulose, thatching, and as... 27613
4255 Phragmites australis australis Habitat Alteration Observational Field Phragmites australis stabilizes soil, which can protect against erosion. Phragmites... 27608
4256 Phragmites australis australis Food Web Observational Field Phragmites australis seeds are eaten by sparrows and bobolinks, and their vegetation is... 27608
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