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

20 results for Phragmites australis australis (common reed)

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
4222 Phragmites australis australis Competition Observational Field Both density and frequency of submerged vascular plants (Ruppia maritima and... 23335
4228 Phragmites australis australis Competition Observational Field Phragmites autralis has replaced native Spartina-dominated stands in marshes with... 36124
4231 Phragmites australis australis Competition Observational Field Once introduced, Phragmites australis quickly outgrows native plant communities, changing... 30163
4247 Phragmites australis australis Competition Anecdotal N/A Phragmites australis is considered a primary weed of rice, corn, and cotton in Russia... 28764
4289 Phragmites australis australis Competition Observational Field Phragmites australis displaces native plant communities in Lake Erie. 36123
5869 Phragmites australis australis Competition Anecdotal N/A P. australis reduces wetland plant diversity 40186
5870 Phragmites australis australis Competition Observational Field In post industrial mine remediation areas of Towice, Poland, areas dominated by P.... 40782
5871 Phragmites australis australis Competition Observational Field In littoral marshes in Poland P. australis was able to overgrow new sites and outcompete... 40228
5872 Phragmites australis australis Competition Experimental Laboratory The root exudates from P. australis negatively impacted the growth of M.... 40707
5873 Phragmites australis australis Competition Experimental Laboratory P. australis did not have negative competitive impacts on S. hermaphrodita in the... 40717
5874 Phragmites australis australis Competition Experimental Laboratory Propagule pressure from invasive Phragmties has a stronger impact on community outcomes... 40720
5875 Phragmites australis australis Competition Experimental Laboratory Invading P. australis had a neutral or negative impact on the survival of native wetland... 40738
5876 Phragmites australis australis Competition Observational Field Post monsoon seasons in South Korea resulted in P. australis replacing native vegetation... 40758
5877 Phragmites australis australis Competition Observational Field P. australis decreases the competitiveness of native Melaleuca ericifolia in... 40803
5878 Phragmites australis australis Competition Experimental Laboratory P. australis reduces invasive Spartina densiflora establishment with a garden... 40821
6800 Phragmites australis australis Competition Anecdotal N/A Phragmites forms dense monocultures and is capable of dominating wetlands within a few... 27611
6801 Phragmites australis australis Competition Anecdotal N/A Phragmites threatens the biodiversity of Michigan’s coastal and interior wetlands. It... 27561
6802 Phragmites australis australis Competition Anecdotal N/A Phragmites may reduce and degrade wetland wildlife habitat, due in part to its dense... 27613
9510 Phragmites australis australis Competition Observational Field Phragmites australis australis crowds out native plant species. 42993

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