As of April 2019, there are 398 invasive species being

tracked in the Pennsylvania iMapInvasives database.

 

All tracked species are considered invasive because they are non-native to Pennsylvania and known to cause

harm to the economy, environment, or human health.  All tracked species have either been discovered

in Pennsylvania or are known to exist in neighboring states.

 

Contact the state administrator if you would like to add a new species to our tracked list.

Tracked Species

ALL SPECIES

 View all species currently tracked in the Pennsylvania iMapInvasives database.

SPECIES CATEGORIES

View tracked species by category.

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The Pennsylvania iMapInvasives Program is a partnership of the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy, the Pennsylvania Natural Heritage Program, and NatureServe.

Funding for Pennsylvania iMapInvasives is provided by the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative.

NatureServe logo, iMapInvasives partner
Pennsylvania Natural Heritage Program, iMapInvasives partner
Great Lakes Restoration Initiative logo, iMapInvasives funding source
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Celastrus orbiculatus Photo credit: Flickr user "Slow Turning"