other Invasive Species


Invasive species are non-native plants and animals that have the potential to become established in an ecosystem, spread widely, and cause ecological or economic harm or even pose a risk to human health.

Gypsy Moths 
Forest Pests
Woody invasives




Gypsy Moth
GYPSY MOTHS

For more information, contact the MSU Extension Lawn and Garden Hotline at 888-678-3464 or visit the following websites:



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IDENTIFYING FOREST PESTS
Spotted Lanternfly,
Asian Longhorned Beetle,
Beech Leaf Disease &
Oak Wilt 

Identifying and Reporting Major Pests in Michigan February 20, 2020 PDF

Report Wildlife Observations (diseased wildlife, tagged fish, invasive carp and more): Michigan.gov/EyesInTheField

More information at michigan.gov/dnr

WOODY INVASIVES
Invasive trees, shrubs, and woody vines pose a serious threat to natural areas in the Great Lakes region, out-competing native plants and damaging wildlife habitat.

More information at woodyinvasives.org