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What does Galapagos do to control 25 invasive species?

Published on March 12, 2019
Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Ants, cats and blackberry plants are among the most aggressive invasive species in the Galapagos, according to the “Invasive Species Management Plan 2019-2029” recently published by the Ministry of the Environment of Ecuador. Small invaders There are also invertebrates that already affect ecosystems. Among the introduced invertebrates that most threaten the […]

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