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Collaborations

The Invasive Plant Research Laboratory has a long and productive history of collaborative research involving stakeholders.


Current collaborators and projects:

AIR FORCE CIVIL ENGINEER CENTER, San Antonio
  • Preparation for Field Release and Evaluation of Classical Biological Control of Brazilian Pepper at MacDill AFB and Cape Canaveral SFS, in Florida
  • ANIMAL AND PLANT HEALTH INSPECTION SERVICE, RIVERDALE, MD
  • Establishment and evaluation of the Brazilian pepper biological control
  • Overseas Surveys, Curation, and Colonization of Potential Biological Control Agents of Cogongrass (Imperata Cylindrica)
  • ARCHBOLD EXPEDITIONS, INC., VENUS, FL
  • Archbold Biological Station Release, Establishment, and Evaluation of the Brazilian Pepper Biological Agents
  • COMMONWEALTH SCIENTIFIC AND INDUSTRIAL RESEAR
  • Biological Control of Weeds Endemic to Southeast Asia and Australia that are Invasive in the United States
  • Biological Control of Weeds Endemic to Southeast Asia and Australia that are Invasive in the United States
  • DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE & CONSUMER SERVICES, TALLAHASSEE, FL
  • Establishment and Evaluation of Lilioceris Egena for Air Potato Biocontrol
  • Assistance with the establishment and evaluation of brazilian peppertree biological control
  • ENGINEERS, U.S. ARMY CORPS OF, VICKSBURG, MS
  • Overseas Exploration, Quarantine and Development of New Insect Biological Control Agents for Monoecious Hydrilla (Hydrilla Verticillata)
  • FLORIDA FISH AND WILDLIFE CONSERVATION COMMIS, TALLAHASSEE, FL
  • Mass Rearing and Inundative Releases of Megamelus Scutellaris to Manage Waterhyacinth (Pontederia Crassipes) in South Florida
  • Population Genetics of Waterlettuce (Pistia Stratiotes) in Florida: Parsing Native from Invasive Genotypes
  • Quarantine Testing to Develop Biological Control of Old World Climbing Fern, Lygodium microphyllum, in Florida
  • Foreign Exploration and Preliminary Testing of Potential Biological Control Agents for Azolla Pinnata Subspecies Pinnata
  • Biological Control of Earleaf Acacia (Acacia Auriculiformis) in Florida
  • FOREST SERVICE, WASHINGTON, DC
  • Overseas Surveys and Testing for the Development of Biological Control Cogongrass (Imperata Cylindrica)
  • MIAMI-DADE COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL, Miami
  • Biological Control of Schinus terebinthifolia (Brazilian pepper tree) in South Florida With Special Reference to Miami-Dade County
  • NOVA SOUTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY, INC., FORT LAUDERDALE
  • Nova Southeastern University Assistance with Area-Wide Project for Integrated Management Addressing Waterhyacinth (Pontederia Crassipes)
  • SOUTH FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT, WEST PALM BEACH, FL
  • CERP BIOLOGICAL CONTROL IMPLEMENTATION PROJECT
  • Biological Control of Old-World Climbing Fern
  • SOUTHWEST FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT, BROOKSVILLE, FL
  • Development, Rearing, Release, and Monitoring of Biological Control Agents for Controlling Old World Climbing Fern
  • Overseas Surveys and Testing for the Development of Biological Control Cogongrass (Imperata Cylindrica)
  • STUDENT CONSERVATION ASSOCIATION, INC., THE, ARLINGTON, VA
  • Assistance With the Establishment and Evaluation of Brazilian Peppertree Biological Control
  • UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA, GAINESVILLE, FL
  • Area-Wide Project for Integrated Management Addressing Waterhyacinth (Pontederia Crassipes)
  • Field Release and Evaluation of Classical Biological Control of Brazilian Pepper at USAF Bases in Florida
  • Area-Wide Project for Integrated Management Addressing Waterhyacinth (Pontederia Crassipes)
  • Mass Rearing and Inundative Releases of Megamelus Scutellaris to Manage Waterhyacinth (Pontederia Crassipes) in South Florida
  • Establishment and Evaluation of Brazilian Peppertree Biological Control
  • UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA, TAMPA, FL
  • Investigating Impacts on Community Restoration: The Role of Biological Control Herbivores
  • US-DOI-FISH AND WILDLIFE SEVICE, DENVER, CO
  • Creating New Partnerships to Manage the Invasion of Foreign Weeds into National Wildlife Refuges.