Melaleuca quinquenervia
Melaleuca quinquenervia
(paperbark tree)
Plants
Exotic

9 results for Melaleuca quinquenervia (paperbark tree)

Impact ID Scientific Name Impact Type Study Type Study Location Impact Description Reference
4036 Melaleuca quinquenervia Competition Observational Field Stands of Melaleuca quinquenervia grew very thick in South Florida, creating monoculture... 35459
4654 Melaleuca quinquenervia Competition Anecdotal N/A Melaleuca quinquenervia outcompetes and replaces native plants, creating monotypic stands... 16000
4655 Melaleuca quinquenervia Habitat Alteration Anecdotal N/A Melaleuca quinquenervia outcompetes and replaces native plants, creating monotypic stands... 16000
4656 Melaleuca quinquenervia Food Web Anecdotal N/A Melaleuca quinquenervia outcompetes and replaces native plants, creating monotypic stands... 16000
4684 Melaleuca quinquenervia Infrastructure Anecdotal N/A Due to the high amount of oils in Melaleuca quinquenervia, they burn very hot and create... 35303
4685 Melaleuca quinquenervia Human Health Anecdotal N/A Due to the high amount of oils in Melaleuca quinquenervia, they burn very hot and create... 35303
4686 Melaleuca quinquenervia Human Health Anecdotal N/A Due to the high amount of oils in Melaleuca quinquenervia, their burning creates dense... 35303
4687 Melaleuca quinquenervia Infrastructure Anecdotal N/A Due to the high amount of oils in Melaleuca quinquenervia, their burning creates oily soot... 35303
4753 Melaleuca quinquenervia Habitat Alteration Observational Field Melaleuca quinquenervia transformed treeless habitats into forests in South Florida. 37145

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