Multiflora Rose: Flowers in April
James H. Miller, USDA, Forest Service
Invasive.org
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Japanese Honeysuckle: Introduced into the United States as an ornamental vine more than 100 years ago, smothers native plants in woodlands throughout the eastern United States
John D. Byrd, Mississippi State University
Invasive.org
2 of 9

Autumn Olive: Twigs/shoots with thorns and leaves in April
James H. Miller, USDA, Forest Service
Invasive.org
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Japanese Knotweed: Foliage
Jack Ranney, University of Tennessee
Invasive.org
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Common Buckthorn: Common buckthorn foliage
Paul Wray, Iowa State University
Invasive.org
5 of 9

Japanese Stiltgrass: Japanese stiltgrass foliage
Chuck Bargeron, University of Georgia
Invasive.org
6 of 9

Mile-A-Minute: Foliage
Britt Slattery, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Invasive.org
7 of 9

Oriental Bittersweet: Foliage
Chris Evans, River to River Cooperative Weed Management Area
Invasive.org
8 of 9

Japanese Barberry: Japanese barberry foliage
James H. Miller, USDA, Forest Service
Invasive.org
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