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Albizia julibrissin is native to warm termperate to tropical Asia.
Mimosa or silk tree: Albizia julibrissin NPS fact sheet
Mimosa's range, description, ecological threat, distribution, habitat, biology, management options, and suggested alternatives are outlined in this NPS Plant Conservation Alliance Alien Plant Working Group fact sheet.
Albizia julibrissin information from ITIS
The Integrated Taxonomic Information System ITIS provides authoritative taxonomic information on Albizia julibrissin, as well as other plants, animals, fungi, and microbes of North America and the world.
IPNI nomenclature info for Albizia julibrissin
Nomenclatural information about Albizia julibrissin is provided by The International Plant Names Index (IPNI).
Albizia julibrissin impact information from GISD (ISSG)
Impact information regarding Albizia julibrissin as an invasive species is provided from the Global Invasive Species Database (GISD). GISD was created and is maintained by IUCN's Invasive Species Specialist Group (ISSG).
Weed risk assessment for Albizia julibrissin for Florida (TNC)
A weed risk assessment for Albizia julibrissin for Florida is presented by The Nature Conservancy (Doria Gordon et al.).
Control of non-native plants in natural areas of Florida
Langeland, K.A. and R.L. Stocker. (1997-)2001. Control of non-native plants in natural areas of Florida. SP 242, one of a series of the Department of Agronomy, Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida. First printed: 1997. Revised: April, 2001.
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