In this section you will find several invasive species database resources including:
“THIS PLANT LIST IS ONLY A RECOMMENDATION AND HAS NO LEGAL EFFECT IN THE STATE OF TEXAS. IT IS LAWFUL TO SELL, DISTRIBUTE, IMPORT, OR POSSESS A PLANT ON THIS LIST UNLESS THE TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE LABELS THE PLANT AS NOXIOUS OR INVASIVE ON THE DEPARTMENT'S PLANT LIST.” (Texas Agriculture Code - AGRIC § 71.154), or is regulated by Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.
Observation data submitted by volunteer citizen scientists in the Invaders of Texas program. This database provides geographical locations for known and "potentially" invasive plant species in Texas.
An interactive Google Mapping application that allows you to plot species observations submitted by citizen scientists in the Invaders of Texas program.
A series of maps comparing USDA Plant Database county maps with county maps generated from the Invaders of Texas program. These maps demonstrate the contribution of citizen science to our knowledge base of invasive species distributions.