Content tagged with "invasive species"

Don't Spread Didymo

Photo of large didymo clump
Please comply with the porous-soled wader ban, and wash your waders between visits to Missouri's trout waters. More

Emerald Ash Borer

metallic, emerald-green beetle on ash leaf
Agrilus planipennis
Learn to ID and report signs of this highly destructive, invasive beetle that kills every type of ash tree—even healthy, vigorous ones. More

Emerald Ash Borer

Image of emerald ash borer (dead adult specimen).
Emerald ash borer (dead adult specimen). More

Emerald Ash Borer CSI

Missouri landowners, are your ash trees dying? A small green beetle could be the culprit. Download, print, and use this two-page flyer to investigate the scene, identify the killer, and report the crime. More

Emerald Ash Borer Found in Missouri!

A few weeks ago I mentioned what people can do to keep some invasive species out of Missouri. More

Emerald Ash Borer Management

metallic, emerald-green beetle on ash leaf
Emerald ash borer is an exotic beetle that kills ash trees. Learn to identify and report EAB in your area. More

Emerald Ash Borer Symptoms

Signs to look for when determining if an emerald ash borer is invading your ash trees. More

Eurasian Collared-Dove

Photo of Eurasian collared-dove perched on a stump
The Eurasian collared-dove has a black crescent “collar” on the upper back (not a complete "ring"). The song is a three-parted “coo-coo-cook” or “coo-COO-coo,” often repeated incessantly; the call is a raspy, nasal, descending “heeeewww.” More

Eurasian Collared-Dove

Photo of Eurasian collared-dove walking on grass
The Eurasian collared-dove was introduced in the Bahamas and has rapidly spread throughout most of the United States. At first glance, it looks like a chunky, pale gray mourning dove. More

Eurasian Collared-Dove

Photo of Eurasian collared-dove walking on grass
Streptopelia decaocto
The Eurasian collared-dove was introduced in the Bahamas and has rapidly spread throughout most of the United States. At first glance, it looks like a chunky, pale gray mourning dove. More