Invasive species are non-native plants and animals that spread rapidly causing ecological and economic harm. Common examples are the emerald ash borer, Norway maple, and Asian clam. Invasive species are usually spread by humans. Once established, they become increasingly difficult to manage. Early detection of invasives is key to containment and practical management.
Nuisance species may be native or non-native, and may cause ecological and economic harm. On this page you will find information on:
We hope that you find this information helpful and that many of your questions have been answered. For more information on these invasive species, please contact us.
Another resource available is the Cornell University Entomology Department. They can be reached at 607-255-7723.
Last updated June 21, 2019