We also would like to thank the South Florida Water Management District, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, Invasive Plant Management Division, and the Florida Exotic Pest Plant Council for supporting this research.
What does FLEPPC stand for?
FLEPPC stands for Florida Exotic Pest Plant Council
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Jamaican nightshade is listed as a Category II invasive plant by the Florida Exotic Pest Plant Council (FLEPPC 2007), and has been in Florida since at least 1930 when a specimen was collected near Saint Cloud in Osceola Co.
Ruellia tweediana is considered by the Florida Exotic Pest Plant Council to be an invasive species that is altering native plant communities (Category I, Florida Exotic Pest Plant Council, 2006).