FLEPPC

Florida Exotic Pest Plant Council

Florida Exotic Pest Plant Council Invasive Plant Lists

FLEPPC compiles invasive species lists that are revised every two years. Professional botanists and others perform exhaustive studies to determine invasive exotic plants that should be placed on the lists. Invasive exotic plants are termed Category I invasives when they are altering native plant communities by displacing native species, changing community structures or ecological functions, or hybridizing with natives. This definition does not rely on the economic severity or geographic range of the problem, but on the documented ecological damage caused. Category II invasive exotics have increased in abundance or frequency but have not yet altered Florida plant communities to the extent shown by Category I species. These species may become Category I if ecological damage is demonstrated.

Proper Uses of FLEPPC Invasive Plant Lists


2013 FLEPPC List of Invasive Plant Species (Adobe Acrobat PDF, Color Brochure)

New Additions to the FLEPPC 2013 List of Invasive Species - Wildland Weeds Spring 2014 - Suppl 1 - ONLINE ONLY


2011 Invasive Plant List

2011 Invasive Plant List (Adobe acrobat PDF)

2011 Invasive Plant List (Adobe Acrobat PDF, Color Brochure)


2009 Invasive Plant List

2009 Invasive Plant List (Adobe acrobat PDF)

2009 Invasive Plant List (Adobe Acrobat PDF, Color Brochure)


2007 Invasive Plant List

2007 Invasive Plant List (Adobe acrobat PDF)

2007 Invasive Plant List (Adobe Acrobat PDF, Color Brochure)


2005 Invasive Plant List (Adobe acrobat PDF)


2003 Invasive Plant List (Adobe Acrobat PDF, Color Brochure)


2001 Invasive Plant List (Adobe Acrobat PDF)

2001 Invasive Plant List (Adobe Acrobat PDF, Color Brochure)


1999 Invasive Plant List (Adobe Acrobat PDF, Color Brochure)


State of Florida Noxious Weed List

State of Florida Prohibited Aquatic Plants List