Invasive Mimosa in Laos

Invasive Mimosa in Laos

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Caption: Mimosa pigra, an alien, invasive weed from the Americas. It can survive the annual flood and has become widely distributed along the Mekong River. Here it is growing on a beach below Khone Falls in Laos near the border with Cambodia.

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Keywords: aggressive growth, alien plant, asia, beach, cambodia, flood tolerant, flora, introduced species, invasive plant, khone falls, laos, mekong river, mimosa, mimosa pigra, nuisance plant, pest plant, riparian, riparian vegetation, se asia, weed

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