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japanese barberry infestation

japanese barberry infestation

Japanese barberry is an invasive shrub that can blanket forest floors, as shown above near Lyme, Connecticut, in April 2010. The ground cover creates a humid microclimate conducive to tick proliferation. (Photo originally published in Williams et al., Environmental Entomology, September 2017)

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