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adventive

[ad′ven·tiv]
(biology)
An organism that is introduced accidentally and is imperfectly naturalized; not native.
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New records of adventive Carabidae (Coleoptera) found in California.
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Adventive plants as weeds of agricultural lands and ruderal places in Latvia.
List of the assessed adventive Leguminous, origin, usage, climatic affinity, number of states and municipalities where the species has been recorded, date for first herbarium record and growth habit.
Additional records of adventives Onthophagus Latreille (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) in North America.
Stricta, an adventive plant in New Zealand, can yield plants capable of flowering and setting viable seeds.
Aegilops caudata occurs primarily in the southern Balkans (Greece, Bulgaria, Croatia) and is adventive (introduced, but not fully naturalized) in the South of France.
For the investigations on the vertical and radial frequency, extent, and quality of adventive knots (compared with whorl knots), 1-in logs were cut at 3 heights from 20 trees from 4 selected stands.
Kaul (1986) observed that the flora was also adventive in origin with nearly all of the species having colonized from elsewhere, especially from the southwest and southeast.
Adventive Species--Organisms which have invaded from a distance and become more-or-less naturalized.
The introduced adventive grasses sweet vernal (Anthoxanthum odoratum) and browntop (Agrostis capillaris) are very abundant on the fertilised sites.
A new katydid for Long Island, NY: first record of Orchelimum silvaticum east of Ohio, with notes on two adventive katydids from Long Island.