Canyonlands National Park faces invasive species issue

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Canyonlands National Park faces invasive species issue

Tamarisk proves to be more complicated than simple eradication
Browned tamarisk lines the banks of the Colorado River as efforts to eliminate the invasive species appear to be working. The small tamarisk leaf beetle, imported from China, is used to control the non-native and invasive tamarisk plant.
Imported from China, the tamarisk leaf beetle is used to control the non-native and invasive tamarisk. Tamarisk was brought to North America as an ornamental plant and has displaced native vegetation along rivers in the West.

Canyonlands National Park faces invasive species issue

Browned tamarisk lines the banks of the Colorado River as efforts to eliminate the invasive species appear to be working. The small tamarisk leaf beetle, imported from China, is used to control the non-native and invasive tamarisk plant.
Imported from China, the tamarisk leaf beetle is used to control the non-native and invasive tamarisk. Tamarisk was brought to North America as an ornamental plant and has displaced native vegetation along rivers in the West.
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