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OPPORTUNITIES FOR TERMITE INVASIONS: INTRODUCTIONS OF EXOTIC TERMITES TO THE USA BASED ON PORT OF ENTRY DATA. Alexander Blumenfeld* and Ed Vargo, Rollins Urban & Structural Entomology Facility, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX.
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KING RANCH BLUESTEM'S AFFECT ON BACTERIAL AND FUNGAL COMMUNITIES MAY EXPLAIN ITS ALLELOPATHY ON WILD MERCURY PRESERVE, KENDAL COUNTY. David L. Davidson, Wild Mercury Preserve, Kendal County.
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NOTE: This presentation is part of the Combatting Giant Salvinia at Caddo Lake symposium. OVERVIEW OF THE SALVINIA WEEVIL AS A BIOLOGICAL CONTROL ORGANISM AND TPWD’S WEEVIL PROGRAM WITH PARTICULAR EMPHASIS ON CADDO LAKE
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ARUNDO CONTROL MAN: AN OUTREACH PROGRAM TO COMBAT THE SPREAD OF ARUNDO DONAX. Angela E. England*, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Austin, TX.
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HOW TO PLANT RIGHT: LESSONS LEARNED FROM OVER A DECADE OF WORK TO STOP THE SALE OF INVASIVE PLANTS THROUGH A COLLABORATIVE, VOLUNTARY, SCIENCE-BASED APPROACH. Stephanie Falzone, PlantRight, San Francisco, CA.
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TEXAS STATEWIDE AQUATIC VEGETATION AND INVASIVE SPECIES MANAGEMENT UPDATE. John Findeisen*, Patricia Thompson, and Angela England; Texas Parks and Wildlife Department
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NOTE: This presentation is part of the Combatting Giant Salvinia at Caddo Lake symposium.” INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT FOR GIANT SALVINIA AND OTHER INVASIVE SPECIES
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NONNATIVE PLANT SURVEY OF THE TEXAS POST-OAK SAVANNA. Ashley R. Green*, Katherine Strain, Andrew Kirsop, Norma L. Fowler, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX.
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LIONFISH IN THE GULF OF MEXICO: FORMING A COMPREHENSIVE CONTROL PLAN. Leslie D. Hartman, Matagorda Bay Ecosystem Leader, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Palacios, TX
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INVASIVE AND EXOTIC SPECIES PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT AT AMISTAD NATIONAL RECREATION AREA IN SOUTHWEST TEXAS. Sarah Howard, National Park Service, Amistad National Recreation Area, Del Rio, TX.
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"NEVER DUMP YOUR AQUARIUM" MARKETING CAMPAIGN FOR COASTAL FISHERIES DIVISION OF TEXAS PARKS & WILDLIFE DEPT. Janis Johnson, Marketing Lead, TPWD; Mark Lingo, Biologist, TPWD; Lance Dominguez, Biologist, TPWD; Julie Hagen, Coastal Fisheries
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UPDATE ON CWMAs/CISMAs IN TEXAS. Hans Landel, UT-Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center; Texasinvasives.org
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AN UPDATE ON THE TEXASINVASIVES.ORG PROGRAM. Hans Landel, UT-Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center, Texasinvasives.org, Austin, TX.
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AMERICAN CONSERVATION EXPERIENCE (ACE) INVASIVE SPECIES STRIKE TEAM. BUILDING PARTNERSHIPS WITH FEDERAL, STATE, LOCAL AND NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS TO RESTORE NATURAL HABITATS IN THE DEEP SOUTH. Dan McLendon*, ACE Texas Restoration Program Manager, Corpus Christi, TX and Ian Torrence, ACE National Restoration Director, Flagstaff, AZ.
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THE POPULATION DYNAMICS OF ZEBRA MUSSELS IN TEXAS LAKES BELTON, RAY ROBERTS AND TEXOMA 2016-2017. Robert F. McMahon* and Heather Arterburn, Department of Biology, The University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, TX.
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FOUR INVASIVE MOLLUSKS IN TEXAS AND THEIR ABILITY TO TRANSMIT ANGIOSTRONGYLUS NEMATODES: AN ENVIRONMENTAL AND HUMAN HEALTH CONCERN. Ashley R. Morgan-Olvera*, Alexandra Herrera Martinez and Autumn J. Smith-Herron, Texas Invasive Species Institute, Huntsville, TX.
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NOTE: This presentation is part of the Combatting Giant Salvinia at Caddo Lake symposium. COMPREHENSIVE EFFORTS TO CONSERVE AND RESTORE CADDO LAKE AND ITS WATERSHED: NON-PROFITS' ROLE IN INVASIVE SPECIES MANAGEMENT. Laura-Ashley Overdyke, Caddo Lake Institute, Shreveport, LA.
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SUCCESS IN CITIZEN SCIENCE: BEGINNINGS AND PARTNERSHIPS. Karan Rawlins, EDDMapS, Center for Invasive Species & Ecosystem Health,?University of Georgia?, Tifton, GA
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LONG-TERM CONTROL OF KING RANCH BLUESTEM WITH LATE-SUMMER FIRE Charlotte Reemts*, The Nature Conservancy, and Carla Picinich, Natural Resources Management Branch, Fort Hood Garrison, Department of the Army
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BEETLES, WEEVILS, AND SCALES, OH MY! MONITORING OF THREE BIOCONTROLS FOR SALT CEDAR IN THE TRANS PECOS TEXAS AND SOUTHEAST NEW MEXICO. Chris M. Ritzi*, Dept of BGPS, Sul Ross State University, Alpine, TX.
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