Wednesday, December 19, 2012

New publication on the Identification of Japanese Stiltgrass with comparisons to look-a-like species

The River to River CWMA, along with the Alabama Cooperative Extension Service and the University of Georgia's Center for Invasive Species and Ecosystem Health has recently published a new field guide to the identification of Japanese Stiltgrass.  Included in this guide are detailed descriptions and pictures of the characteristics needed for identification as well as comparisons to look-a-like species. 

Hi- and low- resolution versions of this publication can be found on the Alabama Extension website at:

You can also order printed copies from Alabama Extension at:

For those of you in Illinois, the IWAP Invasive Species Campaign has some printed copies available for use in the state.  Please contact Chris Evans, ISC Coordinator, at or 618-435-8138 x 131 for information on obtaining printed copies. 


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