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Euphorbia oblongata Profile

Euphorbia oblongata (oblong spurge) is an perennial forb/herb (family Euphorbiaceae) found sporadically in California. This plant may be toxic to humans. It is inedible to wildlife and inhibits the growth of surrounding plants.

Invasive Species ID Cards for EDRR

To support field identification of early detection species, Cal-IPC has designed ID cards for EDRR that can be downloaded, printed double-sided, and trimmed to size. (Lamination increases their longevity.) (The first two cards listed are a glossary of terms and contacts for reporting finds; these cards are designed to go with any set of weed […]

Setting and implementing regional strategies for landscape-scale invasive plant management.

Detecting and responding to invasive plant populations before they spread is the most effective way of limiting their impact, but prioritizing invasive plant populations at the landscape scale is challenging. Working with public and private land managers, Cal- IPC developed a transparent process to set regional priorities for invasive plant management. Our approach uses spatial […]