Ludwigia peruviana
Ludwigia peruviana
(Peruvian primrose-willow)
Plants
Native Transplant

6 results for Ludwigia peruviana (Peruvian primrose-willow)

Impact ID Scientific Name Impact Type Study Type Study Location Impact Description Reference
3520 Ludwigia peruviana Competition Observational Field In Dhansiri and Kopili catchement areas of Assam, North East India, Ludwigia peruviana had... 34002
4525 Ludwigia peruviana Competition Observational Field Ludwigia peruviana outcompetes and replaces native vegetation in peatland ecosystems, often... 34002
4529 Ludwigia peruviana Competition Observational Field Ludwigia peruviana outcompetes native plants, replacing them, and becoming the dominant... 36453
4532 Ludwigia peruviana Competition Observational Field The dense canopy of Ludwigia peruviana intercepted 93% of light in wetlands in Australia... 34003
4535 Ludwigia peruviana Competition Observational Field In the Kissimmee floodplain, Ludwigia peruviana is the dominant canopy cover, despite... 35493
4537 Ludwigia peruviana Competition Observational Field Ludwigia peruviana replaces native plants and reduces diversity of plants in Kissimmee... 36457

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