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Plants introduced from other countries that ENDANGER our biodiversity are referred to as invasive alien species (IAS). These are some IAS now in Jamaica. Natural History Division Institute of Jamaica 10-16 East Street Kingston Jamaica Phone: (876) 922 0620-6 E-mail: chm@nhd.cwjamaica.com Website:www.jamaicachm.org.jm African Tulip Tree Strawberry Guava Scratch Coco Wild Hops Mock Orange Bamboo Photo by: Karen McIntyre Photo by: Dayne Buddo Photo by: Aisha Bailey Photo by: Sean Townsend Photo by: Aisha Bailey INVASIVE ALIEN SPECIES Photo by: Sean Townsend The list above is not exhaustive and there may be more IAS present in Jamaica. The Institute of Jamaica is an agent of the Ministry of Tourism, Entertainment and Culture.

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Animals introduced from other countries that ENDANGER our biodiversity are referred to as invasive alien species (IAS). These are some IAS now in Jamaica. Natural History Division Institute of Jamaica 10-16 East Street Kingston Jamaica Phone: (876) 922 0620-6 E-mail: chm@nhd.cwjamaica.com Website:www.jamaicachm.org.jm Red-Eared Slider Suckermouth Catfish Green Mussel Wolf Cichlid Bull Frog Feral Pig Photo by: Sean Townsend Photo by: Aisha Bailey INVASIVE ALIEN SPECIES Photo by: Sean Townsend The list above is not exhaustive and there may be more invasive alien animals present in Jamaica. Photo by: Elizabeth Morrison Photo by: Aisha Bailey Photo by: USGS The Institute of Jamaica is an agent of the Ministry of Tourism, Entertainment and Culture. Photo by: Davidson University Photo by: Batraciens-reptiles.com Photo by: Aisha Bailey

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