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Table 1: Species of flowering plants (excluding grasses) known to be highly invasive in Madagascar or present and highly invasive elsewhere in the world (The world status is given for woody plants and is based on Binggeli et al. 1998: Introduced species recorded as possibly/potentially invasive (World status 1) are locally regenerating but the extent of spread is not known or is limited. Moderately invasive species (World status 2) are spreading but still occur at low densities and are not considered an immediate problem. Highly invasive species (World status 3) have become dominant or co-dominant in the invaded region and are considered a threat to the native flora and ecosystem and these species are usually subjected to some form of control. Not in the list (World status = 0). Life forms are: T = tree, sT = small tree, S = shrub, H = herb and V = vine).

Species

Life-

form

History and Uses

Habitats invaded and dispersal agent(s)

Impact, invasiveness and world status












Ziziphus spina-christi (L.) Willd.

(Rhamnaceae)

sT

African species with edible fruits probably introduced by the Arabs.

Common in the south.

World status: 2
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