Invasives Blog

As 2022 draws to a close, we have crunched the numbers and pulled together the most read blogs on the Invasives Blog this year. Plus some firm favourites.

Invasive species like golden apple snail, fall armyworm, and Tuta absoluta proved to be popular topics for our readers this year. CABI’s work in biological control around the world also grabbed readers’ attention.

Did any of your favourites make the most-read list this year?

Number 1

The life cycle of the golden apple snail

By Laura Hollis

Number 2

5 invasive birds you may have spotted

By Donna Hutchinson

Number 13

Could Telenomus remus go global?

By Donna Hutchinson

Firm Favourites

Articles from the archives that our readers love.

Eucalyptus – the ‘thirsty’ trees threatening to ‘drink’ South Africa dry

Cuscuta reflexa identified as problematic dodder devastating farmers in Western Kenya

Controlling Himalayan balsam, one of the UK’s most invasive weeds

Thank you for reading the Invasives Blog this year and we wish you a safe and prosperous 2023.

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1 Comment

  1. Md. Ahsan Ullah on 21st December 2022 at 12:17

    Excellent. Need research publications.

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