EPPO Global Database

EPPO Reporting Service no. 10 - 2012 Num. article: 2012/225

Invasive alien plants in managed woodlands in Vojvodina, Serbia

A list of alien plants occuring in the poplar and willow managed woodlands in Vojvodina, Serbia, has been assembled using data from field research, scientific papers and the Herbarium of the University of Novi Sad. This list consists of the following invasive alien plants:
Acer negundo (Aceraceae), Ailanthus altissima (Simaroubaceae, EPPO List of IAP), Ambrosia artemisiifolia (Asteraceae, EPPO List of IAP), Ambrosia trifida (Asteraceae), Amorpha fruticosa (Fabaceae, EPPO List of IAP), Artemisia annua (Asteraceae, native in part of the EPPO region), Asclepias syriaca (Apocynaceae), Bidens frondosa (Asteraceae, EPPO Observation List of Invasive Alien Plants), Broussonetia papyrifera (Moraceae), Celtis;occidentalis (Ulmaceae), Conyza canadensis (Asteraceae), Echinochloa crus-galli (Poaceae), Echinocystis lobata (Cucurbitaceae), Elaeagnus angustifolia (Elaeagnaceae, native in part of the EPPO region), Eleusine indica (Poaceae), Erechtites hieraciifolia (Asteraceae), Erigeron annuus (Asteraceae), Fallopia japonica (Polygonaceae, EPPO List of IAP), Fraxinus americana (Oleaceae), Gleditsia triacanthos (Fabaceae), Impatiens;glandulifera (Balsaminaceae, EPPO List of IAP), Juglans nigra (Juglandaceae), Oxalis stricta (Oxalidaceae), Phytolacca americana (Phytolaccaceae), Rhus typhina (Anacardiaceae), Robinia pseudoacacia (Fabaceae), Sicyos angulatus (Cucurbitaceae, EPPO List of IAP), Solidago canadensis (Asteraceae, EPPO List of IAP), Solidago gigantea (Asteraceae, EPPO List of IAP), Symphyotrichum x salignum (Asteraceae, native in part of the EPPO region) and Vitis riparia (Vitaceae).


Krtivojević M, Igić R, Vukov D, Rućando M ; Orlović S (2012) Invasive species of plants in the anthropogenic woodlands. In Marisavljević D, Ivanović Ž, Miltrović M ; Oro V (Eds) (2012) International Symposium on Current Trends in Plant Protection, 25-28th September, 2012, Belgrade, Serbia. Proceedings. Institute for Plant Protection and Environment, Belgrade, Serbia, p 49-63.