Invasive Chinese Violet

Invasive Chinese Violet

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Caption: The invasive species Chinese Violet (Asystasia gangetica micrantha) is not a violet but a species of Acanthaceae that probably first arrived in Malaysia from Africa in the 1970s and is now a widespread noxious weed. This image from Ipoh, Perak.

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Keywords: acanthaceae, aggressive weed, alien species, alien weed, asia, asystasia, asystasia gangetica, asystasia gangetica micrantha, chinese violet, flora, flower, introduced species, invasive species, ipoh, malaysia, noxious weed, perak, plant, weed

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