Can we stop "killer algae" from invading Florida?


Introduced species that cause harm to ecosystems, economies, or human health represent a serious threat in Florida and around the world. One example of such a species, an invasive species, is “killer algae” or the Mediterranean strain of Caulerpa taxifolia. This fact sheet explains the origin of “killer algae,” the changes it has wrought, what it looks like, how it invades so successfully, and what each of us can do about preventing an invasion in Florida.

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School of Forest Resources and Conservation Extension, UFL
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