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Description: Cape Town Invasives | Skip to main content Home Projects Animal Invasives Aquatic Invasives Biological Control Terrestrial Invasives EDRR News Partners Contact Log in, or Register Menu Cape Town Invas is ranked 7769777 in the world (amongst the 40 million domains). A low-numbered rank means that this website gets lots of visitors. This site is relatively popular among users in the united states. It gets 50% of its traffic from the united states .This site is estimated to be worth $2,007. This site has a low Pagerank(0/10). It has 1 backlinks. has 43% seo score. Information

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Cape Town Invasives | Skip to main content Home Projects Animal Invasives Aquatic Invasives Biological Control Terrestrial Invasives EDRR News Partners Contact Log in, or Register Menu Cape Town Invasives Managing invasive species in Cape Town Although globalization has many advantages, it also has a downside. While the goods and people are able to move between continents and different countries, exotic plants and animals are also able to move to areas where they do not naturally occur. Organisms arrive at their new destinations without their natural enemies that would keep them under control in their home countries. If those species then adapt to the climatic and environmental conditions in their new destinations, they naturalize and may become invasive. Not all introduced species become invasive, in fact, only a very small percentage of these organisms are problems in their new countries. The staggering ability of harmful pathogens and potential invasive species to move to almost every ecosystem on Earth is alarming. Metropolitan areas such as the City of Cape Town are particularly vulnerable to the introduction of invasive alien species and harmful pathogens, due to the amount of commodities arriving or passing through for trade and commercial purposes. Urban areas may therefore even act as a source of invasive species to other areas. In response to the threats posed by invasive species, the City of Cape Town implements different projects to combat terrestrial and aquatic plants, new and emerging invasive species and invasive animals. See the EDRR Target List Find out more about Invasives in the Knowledge Base Contact us EDRR Read further Invasive Projects in Cape Town Terrestrial Biological-Control Aquatic Animals Project News New online app to report invasive wasps is taking off 15 February 2016 Animals MEDIA RELEASE : 14 January 2016 More than 2 000 people have accessed the City of Cape Town’s new online wasp reporting application since its official launch in November last year. This user-friendly... Read further Invasive wasps vs indigenous wasps - know the difference! 24 November 2015 Animals The two invasive wasps plagueing residents of Cape Town look markedly different than the indigenous paper wasps and our local honey bees. Invasive wasps have a numerous negative effects on local... Read further Get involved. Become a Spotter You can help fight invasive species by joining the Spotter Network Become a Spotter "A vital part of combatting the problem of invasive species is awareness about what they are and recognizing them." Whois