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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:

FLORIDA FISH AND WILDLIFE CONSERVATION COMMIS, TALLAHASSEE, FL,
  • Increasing Herbivore Impact on Old World Climbing Fern: Assessing Agent Interactions, the Effects of Abiotic Factors, and the Potential (18003)
  • Quarantine Testing to Develop Biological Control of Old World Climbing Fern Lygodium microphyllum in Florida (13084)Task 19206
  • Field Surveys in Australia and Asia and Host-range Testing of Potential Insect Agents for the Biological Control of Old World Climbing Fern(19207)
  • Quarantine Risk Assessment Studies and Overseas Surveys for Classical Biological Control of Brazilian Pepper
  • Quarantine Testing for Biological Control of Chinese Tallowtree Triadica (=Sapium) sebifera in Florida (18302)
  • Assessing an Asian Leaf Beetle, Lilioceris Egena, for the Biological Control of Air Potato (Dioscorea Bulbifera) in Florida (18301)
  • Biological Control of Earleaf Acacia (Acacia auriculiformis) in Florida
  • NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURE, WASHINGTON DC, DC,
  • Indirect effects of biological control agents on native analogs and associated producers.
  • SOUTH FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT, WEST PALM BEACH, FL,
  • Biological Control of Old World Climbing Fern (Lygodium microphyllum) in Florida
  • Implementing Biological Control Agents Within CERP Landscape
  • Biological Control of Melaleuca and Other Invasive Plants
  • SOUTHWEST FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT, BROOKSVILLE, FL,
  • Establishing Lygodium microphyllum Biological Control Agents Within the Southwest Florida Water Management District
  • UNIVERSITY OF RHODE ISLAND, Kingston, RI,
  • Will Parasitoids Released for Control of Lilioceris lilii, Lily Leaf Beetle, Attack the Air Potato Biological Control Agents L. cheni or L. egena?