A species that is not indigenous to a region.
a species occurring in an area outside its historically known natural range as a result of intentional or accidental dispersal by human activities (including exotic organisms, GMOs and translocated species see also native species, novel biota)
introduced species not native or endemic to the area in question.
Species that do not naturally occur in the ecosystem. In many instances, exotic species become invasive pests.
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Animals or plants introduced to new environments different from where they originated; may be dangerous to native species
A non-native species that is articially introduced to an area.
Species that occur in a given place as a result of direct or indirect deliberate or accidental introduction by humans.
Species living in areas that are outside their natural historical range. Some, but not all exotic species are invasive, which means they compete with native species and cause other adverse environmental effects.
introduced from another country or region.
Species not native to Minnesota.
non-native plants and animals living in the wild in areas outside their native boundaries.
A species introduced to a geographical area where it is not native.
a recently introduced species, or a species that is living in a location that is outside of its 'normal' or historical range.
a species not native to Australia.
A species introduced to a habitat that differs from the one where it naturally develops.
See "non-indigenous species" and "aquatic nuisance species."
Salmonid species that were not native to Washington State (e.g., brown trout, brook trout, Atlantic salmon).
A non-native plant or animal species introduced by humans, either deliberately or accidentally.
Plant or animal species brought into an area from another geographic region; see also Non-Native Species.
Any introduced plant or animal species that is not native to the area and that may be considered a nuisance.
A species that is not native to the area where it is found.
a plant that was introduced into a particular area by humans, either intentionally or accidentally
a species that man has introduced to an area outside of its native range, either intentionally or unintentionally
A non-native plant or animal introduced from another geographic area.
an organism that is not native to an environment, but has been introduced from another location
A species of animal or plant that has been introduced to an area outside of its native habitat.
A plant or animal species that has been intentionally or accidentally introduced and that does not naturally occur in a region.
Species that are not native to an ecosystem, and are usually introduced by purposeful or inadvertent human action.
a species that has been transported by human activities, either intentionally or accidentally, into a region where it did not occur previously. Also called an alien species, non-indigenous species, or introduced species.
a species that did not originally occur in the areas in which it is now found, but that arrived as a direct or indirect result of human activity.
A species that is not native to a particular geographic location, but may have become naturalized there.
Species not native to an area
non-native, alien or introduced species.
A species that is not native to the ecosystem.
Plants or animals that are not native to an area; introduced from another place.
Also called introduced species; refers to plants and animals that originate elsewhere and migrate or are brought into a new area, where they may dominate the local species or in some way negatively impact the environment for native species.
Non-native species found in a given area as a direct or indirect result of human activity. ( espèce exotique)
flora or fauna introduced from a different ecosystem; as opposed to native species
a species introduced intentionally or accidentally into a new environment (in habitats where it is normally not found) through human activities
Species from other countries not naturally found growing in Britain. (See Native Species)
A species that is not native, is introduced from another area or country
Species that are foreign to an environment, having come from another part of the world.
A species not native to the area in which it is being found.
A species introduced into an ecosystem through human activities.
Species or organisms found beyond their natural range or zone of potential dispersal. They have been intentionally or accidentally introduced outside their natural ranges. Also referred to as non-indigenous species. Examples are the zebra mussel, spiny waterflea, and sea lamprey.
See nonnative species.
A species that has been brought into an area by an outside force, such as humans, that was not originally there.
a species that does not occur naturally in a geographic region, but was introduced through the actions of humans either deliberately or accidentally
A plant or animal species that is not native to a geographic area or ecosystem. Because they may have no natural pests once they are placed in a new location, many exotic species reproduce prolifically and replace native species or the habitats that support those species.
Any species intentionally or accidentally transported and released into an environment outside its present range. close window
Non-native species. There need be nothing particularly â€œexoticâ€ about exotic species.
See Alien Species.
Introduced, non-native species.
species that is not native to a region.
a plant or animal which has been introduced to a new area (intentionally or non intentionally), is often able to out compete its native counterparts because it lacks natural enemies to keep it in control.