Focus Species 

The Southern Michigan Invasive Species Team has identified 12 species that have a high potential to threaten the economy, human health, and natural resources in our CISMA region. The CISMA is concerned about all invasive species but these invasives have been selected as the focus of CISMA eradication and education efforts. Not all of these species are currently found in the region but the CISMA is invested in preventing these species from becoming widely established. To learn more about these species please select a click on the links below for more information and treatment information. Species in red are not currently found within the CISMA region. 

Starrry Stonewort  (Nitellopsis obtusa)